Telereal Trillium has established a residential development business that is delivering over 1,000 homes and a GDV of over £500m.
Telereal Trillium's Corporate Responsibility Report 2016, ‘The Inside Story’ presents the progress we have made as a company in our commitment to corporate responsibility.
Additional 4 per cent of public sector land identified to help meet government targets for housing delivery.
Telereal Trillium's Corporate Responsibility Report 2015, ‘Creating Value Responsibly’ provides an overview of our continued progress and commitment to being a socially and environmentally responsible business.
In 2006 Birmingham City Council (BCC), Europe’s largest local authority with over 1 million customers and 55,000 staff, undertook the boldest revision of their office estate for a generation.
This report, which includes input from Adam Dakin, Joint MD of Telereal Trillium as well as other leading figures from across the property industry, provides a summary of the presentations given at a recent event on the topic of ‘Developing a roadmap to cultural change: the stewardship of the NHS’s property portfolio’.
Our 2013 Corporate Responsibility report, ‘Doing Things Differently’ provides a summary of the progress we have made in our commitment to be both a socially and environmentally responsible business, and an invaluable partner to our customers.
Simon Taylor, Telereal Trillium's property strategy director, talks about the effectiveness of stakeholder engagement and its importance in not only helping to bring about property change but also the wider benefits it can bring post transformation.
Paul Disley-Tindell, Telereal Trillium's director of corporate real estate, talks about the attachment people have to public sector assets and how public bodies can help their stakeholders understand that change can be good.
In late 2012, Telereal Trillium sponsored the conference 'Delivering value for money and innovation in defence' hosted by independent think tank Reform.
Mike Grayson, Telereal Trillium's change programme director, talks about the importance of employee engagement in the mobilisation of new contracts.
A recently published study conducted by ZZA Responsive User Environments and commissioned by Telereal Trillium, suggests that projects which improve workspace utilisation can also help employees to be more productive and positively influence morale.