As a long-term investor in the city regions of the North and Midlands, we have a history of forging strong links with the communities in which we operate, putting down deep roots that create places for businesses and people to succeed.
We want our buildings to be vibrant workspaces and our developments to sustain and enhance their natural environment so, together with partners like the RHS, we collaborate to support this ambition. Our partnerships help us create thriving communities that grow and develop together – now and in the future.
Our garden, The Bruntwood Experiment champions urban greening and highlights the importance of creating spaces that enhance our communities. It aims to draw an appreciation of species often seen as weeds and explores new ways of bringing people closer together through horticulture. The experiment will focus on different ways of using these often overlooked plants in our urban environments, including our workspaces.
We hope that you’ll join us in our garden and be a part of our experiment and that you thoroughly enjoy your visit to this year’s RHS Flower Show Tatton Park.
Chris Oglesby, CEO of the Bruntwood Group