From February 1st to April 30th 2016, the nation has been encouraged to go green for a week. National Green Week is an annual event that invites people to take part in sustainability focused activities to reduce their carbon footprint.Read more
Local authorities have now been under severe financial pressure for several years as a result of a continuing reduction in the level of central government grant support.Read more
If you have a small garden, patio space or even just a balcony, it shouldn’t mean that you have to compromise on beauty! Whether its vegetables, flowers or herbs you wish to grow in your garden, these top space and money saving tips will definitely help you on your way to having an impressive display by the time that summer comes around.Read more
Natural England, a government body in charge of protecting wildlife, is drafting proposals on how developers such as Countryside deal with protected species on and near their developments.Read more
Buying a new home is an exciting moment in anyone’s life, especially for the first time. There are many things that need to be considered and below we have put together the top five things to consider.Read more
Countryside’s commitment to place making and sustainable development is very important to us as we strive to create ‘Places People Love’. Whether we are regenerating existing neighbourhoods or creating new homes and communities, we develop places that are socially inclusive and have lower environmental impacts.Read more
Here you’ll find property related blog articles from the team at Countryside as well as independent experts. Expect regular tips and advice on topics such as buying a new home, interior and landscape design, setting up home, mortgages and finance, plus articles on architecture, the property market, regeneration and more.