We are proud winners of the AIB Business Eye Awards 2021 Community (CSR) Award.

A little more about the award: Corporate social responsibility plays an important role for NI companies and this specialist category sets out to recognise an organisation from the private, public or voluntary sectors making a clear and impactful contribution to its local community as a whole.

Sponsored by: Community Foundation Northern Ireland


We takes our corporate social responsibility seriously and the company’s ethos of building affordable homes, that meet the needs of the modern family, recognises that these homes need to be an integral part of the community. 


We identify potential developments and assess the feasibility of these by considering the range of amenities, facilities and services that residents would have access to, if they were to live there. 

The company understands that for families to be content they need to feel a sense of belonging and connection with the local community. Our corporate social responsibility strategy is therefore focused on making a clear, impactful contribution to communities, by increasing access to services and by investing in social infrastructure that can affect positive change.  

In recent years, we have supported more than 20 charities/organisations, financially and in-kind as we seek to enhance community resilience. 

We recognises the intergenerational impact of issues such as illness, homelessness, isolation, access to education, creativity, sport and social deprivation. 

In the last three years we have embedded ourselves to organisations that make a difference to the social fabric of society including: Age NI, Cash for Kids, Integrated Education Fund, Northern Ireland Children to Lapland and Days to Remember Trust, Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People, Welcome Organisation, SOS NI, Harmoni, Northern Ireland Hospice, Action Cancer, Greater Village Regeneration Trust, Comber Farmers’ Market, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, My Name’5 Doddie Foundation, Belfast Central Mission, Ballyclare Rugby Football Club, Ballyclare Hockey Club, Springhill Primary School Fund and Seahorses Mini Rugby.