Back again for 2017, Gleeson Community Challenge Makeover!
A community makeover worth up to £20,000
We offered community groups the chance to apply for a makeover of their facilities worth up to £20,000. The closing date for entries was 1st May 2017 and the winners wi...
We offered community groups the chance to apply for a makeover of their facilities worth up to £20,000.
The closing date for entries was 1st May 2017 and the winners will be announced soon!
The lucky winner will receive a makeover worth up to £20,000 with the Gleeson team coming along to carry out all the work, taking the time, stress and cost away from them!
This year we are undertaking two Community Challenges across the North of England with one opportunity offered in South Yorkshire and one in Teesside.
You can see the terms and conditions of entry below.
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Take a look at the difference we made to Croft House Settlement, winners of our last Community Challenge Makeover. Find out more
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In 2017 we offered community groups across South Yorkshire and Teesside the opportunity to apply for a Community make over worth up to £20,000!! Entries have now been closed and we are in the process of deciding on the lucky winners. Watch this space to find out who our 2017 winners are!If you entered our competition, we will be in touch soon to advise the outcome of your entry!
The Gleeson Community Sports Foundation
Our Sports Foundation provides sponsorship opportunities for local junior sports clubs and teams in the areas in which we are building new homes. Teams are invited to apply annually for funding towards sports kits. Meet our Junior Sports Teams To apply for Sponsorship. Download an Application Form Here Read more
Local Jobs for Local People
We are committed to giving priority of employment to people living within 2 miles of each site. We will assist local labour initiatives and make a real and lasting contribution to the local community and economy. We strive to employ local people and we are happy to enter into formal agreements to ensure that they are given employment priority. Employees gain job related training through our CITB registered training centre at our Sheffield head office.
Local Homes for Local People
Owner occupiers shoulder responsibility for their homes and are stakeholders in society, which is why we refuse to sell our homes to private landlords. We are happy to see our customers profit from their purchase but we do not wish to put the profit into the pockets of private landlords.
Engagement with Local Schools
We work with schools local to our developments to educate children on the dangers of playing on building sites and coordinate competitions & projects for pupils Read more
We initiate the creation of Neighbourhood Watch Schemes on all our developments. Every scheme is supported by the local Police & Neighbourhood Watch Association. The meetings present an opportunity to grow community spirit whilst providing residents with essential information on keeping their homes safe. Read more
Design for Disability
We will carry out alterations to our dwellings free of charge for registered disabled occupants. Two people who apparently have identical disabilities may have totally different requirements and we are happy to alter our dwellings to suit individual needs. This may include installing wet rooms and changes to ininternal configuration. The property must be the main residence of the disabled person. We will facilitate the installation of specialist hardware such as stair lifts but we do not install these items. Read more
We are dedicated to giving people the oppor tunity to star t a career in the housebuilding industry. We provide training packages for local unemployed people to include apprenticeship schemes with the local college. Our head office in Sheffield is a CITB registered training centre. car Please email email@example.com for more information. Meet Our Apprentices Read more