Celebrating Love Parks Week 2023: Building Social Value in the Construction Industry

As the construction industry continues to evolve, it’s crucial to remember the immense social value we can create through our projects. It’s Love Parks Week (28 July – 6 August) so let’s reflect on how our work contributes to the betterment of communities and the preservation of our natural environment.

Love Parks Week is an inspiring initiative that reminds us of the importance of green spaces in our cities and towns. Parks provide a sanctuary for people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities, fostering a sense of community and promoting physical and mental well-being. At Chas Berger, we have a unique role, working with our clients, and assisting them in shaping these spaces for the benefit of all.

Ixworth Place play area we installed on behalf of our client, Southern Housing

Working with our clients, we have the power to create these areas that are more than just open spaces.  They can be updated to be more inclusive, accessible, and sustainable, serving as catalysts for positive change. By incorporating community consultation, we can ensure that everyone, regardless, can have their say about how their park space can work to the benefit of all – allowing everyone to enjoy the facilities provided and the beauty and serenity that these communal areas can provide.

With ongoing maintenance and enhancements, we can help our clients to ensure that these green havens remain vibrant and inviting for generations to come. Collaborating with local communities and various stakeholders, we engage residents in park initiatives, with a view to making them active custodians of these shared spaces.

Maisie’s Garden – Chas Berger undertook this special project, working with community volunteers to create a Forever Garden at White Court School, Essex

Love Parks Week serves as a reminder that our social value commitment lies not only in the buildings that we enhance but also in the lasting impact we create within communities. It’s an opportunity for us to showcase our commitment to sustainability, environmental stewardship, and the well-being of the people we serve. So, let’s celebrate Love Parks Week 2023!  Let’s acknowledge the importance of green spaces in our urban fabric, the positive influence they have on our lives, and our dedication in helping our clients to sustain them with care and purpose for their residents.

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