Greengage Donates to Charity

Greengage has donated £200 to Macmillan Cancer Support through our Christmas newsletter which focussed on 12 new projects for Christmas. For every click we promised to donate, so thanks to everyone for their interest.

You can read the articles below:

Elephant & Castle
One of the largest regeneration programmes in Europe will create 3,000 new homes and over 50 shops and restaurants over the next 10 years. Read more here…

Hub Hotel
The hub by Premier Inn is the first hotel in the UK to achieve an ‘Outstanding’ BREEAM rating and one of the most sustainable hotels globally. Read more here… 

Stratford Centre
The creation of new prestigious residential, office and retail floor area in the heart of Stratford Town Centre. Read more here…

Cambridge 
Redevelopment of Abbey Stadium and creation of a new Sporting Village which will see health and wellbeing benefits to the community. Read more here…

ESOS
Helping McLaren Construction identify their energy use and how to save money in the long term through sustainability initiatives. Read more here…

Carbon Reporting
Guidance for Development Securities on their carbon strategy and embodied carbon calculations for their portfolio. Read more here…

Swandon Way
Delivering benefits for climate offsetting and enhancing amenity space for the public realm. Read more here...

Clapham Rotunda
One of eight deep level shelters that exist across London, it housed thousands during the Blitz. Read more here…

York Way
Energy advice for a new addition to the compact and contemporary hub by Premier Inn hotel brand. Read more here…

Southampton Place
A Grade II listed building in the heart of London with vast historic heritage, targeting a BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment ‘Very Good’ rating. Read more here...

Wenlock Road
Award winning development, currently Europe’s tallest cross laminated timber hybrid structure and joint tallest in the world. Read more here…

Myanmar Cultural Centre
Renovation works in Yangon cultural centre are protecting the cultural centre at Merchant Street, one of Myanmar’s key historic buildings. Read more…