Plans to breathe new life into former Post Office in the heart of Chesterfield’s historic market place have been given approval by Chesterfield Borough Council under delegated powers.
On Tuesday, 6 September 2016, Telereal Trillium’s Head of Corporate Responsibility, Susan Cain will be speaking at City Action’s Annual Celebration Event on how volunteering can be used as an entry point for broader responsible business activity.
Telereal Trillium is pleased to announce that it has completed two further transactions with the Education Funding Agency (EFA):
- a freehold sale of a former BT depot on the outskirts of Ipswich and;
- a new 30 year lease for an extended existing school in the village of Wye, Kent.
Telereal Trillium has been awarded the 2016 Payroll Giving Quality Mark - Gold for our commitment to good causes by encouraging and supporting employees to donate to charity.
Telereal Trillium is a leading UK property management and development company that own and manage a portfolio in excess of £6billion, housing approximately 1% of the UK workforce in their buildings.
Woodcroft is a joint venture development between Queensberry Properties, a partnership between Cruden Homes (East) and Buccleuch Property, and Telereal Trillium who own the site and obtained detailed planning consent for the development.
Following his induction as a LandAid Ambassador, Jonny Pitts, Senior Development Manager at Telereal Trillium was determined to make a difference.
Newly released Land Registry data suggests that the public sector owns significantly more land than previously estimated.
Susan Cain, Head of Corporate Responsibility, to speak at Institute of Fundraising Payroll Giving and Corporate Special Interest Group (SIG) event, held at Resource for London, on 26 April 2016.
Telereal Trillium has let 60,000 sq ft at Argyle House, 3 Lady Lawson Street, Edinburgh to the University of Edinburgh, on a 10-year lease.
Telereal Trillium has secured a resolution to grant outline planning consent for a residential redevelopment with up to 156 dwellings at Heyhouses Lane, Lytham St. Annes in Lancashire.
In 2011, Dane became homeless following a relationship breakdown. “At the time, I worked in a hotel by night and slept in the park during the day.”