The Foundation

People & Customers

The value we place on our team is central to what we do, and we are dedicated to running a company that ensures safe working conditions and encourages talented people to develop and grow.

More on People & Customers

Environment

The protection of the environment and climate change are among the greatest challenges we face. We recognise that we have a key part to play through minimising the impact our business has on the environment.

More on Environment

Sustainable Communities

It is vital we engage with local communities to ensure our developments meet the needs of local people. Community engagement is integral to the journey, from planning right through until site completion.

More on Sustainable Communities

Where there’s muck there’s brass for animal charity

Muddy hell: Lisa Riley (centre) raised £300 for the Blue Cross at the Yorkshire Tough Mudder

Muddy hell: Lisa Riley (centre) raised £300 for the Blue Cross at the Yorkshire Tough Mudder

Lisa Riley from our North region is back at work nursing aches and pains after triumphantly overcoming a grueling 12-mile muddy mission in aid of an animal charity.

Lisa, who works at our Hessle office as PA to Linden Homes North managing director Ian Hessay, has collected £300 for the Blue Cross charity which rehomes unwanted cats, dogs, horses and small pets around the UK.

Proud owner of pet dogs Bailey and Will.I.Am, Lisa completed the recent Yorkshire Tough Mudder challenge in Skipton.

She was among hundreds of people who endured running over rough, rolling fields, through daringly dense woodlands and into streams, bogs and pools of thick, heavy mud and clay.

“The event was certainly a challenge, and I did find the whole thing physically and mentally draining,” Lisa said. “A big thanks to everyone who supported me along the way and who has donated to be fundraising cause.”

To donate, go to Lisa’s Justgiving page.

Did you know?

Every piece of timber in your house is sustainably sourced timber. This means that new trees are planted to replace those cut down.

All waste plasterboard is recycled and used in the manufacture of new plasterboard products.