As a leading property developer, we recognise that our responsibilities extend further than our clients, investors and staff. We place great importance on charitable efforts and philanthropy. We are dedicated to supporting both Norwood, a leading UK Jewish charity, supporting children and families with learning disabilities, as well as LandAid, the official property industry charity.
Many congratulations to all who took part in the LandAid MIPIM Tennis Classic 2017, in association with BNP Paribas Real Estate. The event raised over £20,000 for LandAid, as well as a further €1,220 for the Cannes Community Fund. Particular thanks go to our top fundraisers, who raised over £500 for LandAid in addition to...Read More
The LandAid MIPIM Tennis Classic 2017 in association with BNP Paribas Real Estate proved a hit as players, spectators and sponsors came together to raise over £20,000 for LandAid, smashing the amount raised in the 2016 competition. Blessed with glorious warm sunshine, Cannes Tennis Club was awash with happy property professionals taking in a fantastic...Read More
We are delighted to announce that Kyran Bracken, capped 51 times for the England national rugby union side, will be playing in the LandAid MIPIM Tennis Classic in association with BNP Paribas Real Estate taking place this Wednesday. The former scrum-half, who counts the 2003 Rugby World Cup amongst his triumphs, will be tackling MIPIM’s...Read More
A charity old-school games night, held on the evening of Tuesday 28th February at the home of New London Architecture, raised a fantastic £3,700 for LandAid MIPIM Tennis Classic participants Michelle Haywood and Emma Jefferson, who are dubbing themselves ‘The Navratilovas’ for the tournament. The event saw around 200 people take part in a range...Read More
Property professionals are being urged to don their tennis whites, lace up their trainers and restring their racket in time for the return of the LandAid MIPIM Tennis Classic. The 2016 tournament raised more than £16,000 for LandAid, the property industry charity uniting to end youth homelessness, but this year organisers White Label Creative are...Read More
The London Taxi Drivers’ Fund for Underprivileged Children (LTFUC) and Jewish charity Norwood have revived a historic relationship that goes back almost 90 years.
Jewish charity Norwood officially opened its assistive technology-driven new home at 87 Lyonsdown Road, Barnet, yesterday (Mon, 12 June) in front of an impressive group of local dignitaries; including Mayor of Barnet Brian Salinger, and prominent Rabbi Alan Plancey.
Over 370 business leaders attended the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Monday 5 June for Norwood’s annual Private Equity Dinner, raising over £200,000 for the charity.
Inspired are incredibly proud to support Norwood, a leading Jewish charity that supports vulnerable children, families and people with learning disabilities. Founded over 200 years ago, Norwood has a workforce of over 2000, made up of 1,250 staff and hundreds of dedicated volunteers. It costs £35 million each year for Norwood to provide their vital services, and therefore we are very happy that we can play a part in supporting this wonderful charity.
We are also proud to support LandAid – the property industry charity that makes a real and lasting impact. From April 2016, LandAid will be focussing all its efforts on helping to end youth homelessness. Unfortunately, many We are also proud to support LandAid – the property industry charity that makes a real and lasting impact. From April 2016, LandAid will be focussing all its efforts on helping to end youth homelessness. Unfortunately, many young people in the UK are facing a tough future. It is estimated that there will be 3.5 million children living in poverty by 2020 – that’s more than 1 in 4.
Child’s i Foundation believes children should grow up in families, not orphanages. We've proved it's possible to find families for abandoned children instead of placing them into long-term care in Uganda. Now we want to change the lives of other children around the world.Inspired proudly supports Child’s i Foundation and their extraordinary work in Africa.
Inspired know the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle and giving back to the community, that is why we encourage our staff to challenge themselves outside of work hours too. Members of our teams actively support various charities themselves such as British Heart Foundation and Challenge Charlie and have raised considerable amounts of money for charity through events such as the Brighton Marathon and London Triathlon.
Inspired aren’t just dedicated to building homes, we are committed to place making too. Inspired want our residents to benefit and engage with the local community as much as possible, that is why we work closely with small businesses and enterprise encouraging the entrepreneurial spirit that allows areas to flourish. The Croydon Business Excellence Awards launch event was recently hosted at our development Impact House, Edridge Road where hundreds of inspiring business owners from all sectors came along to network and celebrate Croydon’s buzzing business community.