At Guildmore we are committed to our  Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). That means, we don’t just construct buildings, we build communities. We works closely with our employees and charitable partners  to set new standards of  CSR strategy, which incorporates responsible behaviour at every stage of project delivery, reduce health and safety risks, improve our green footprint and bring focus to local communities.

Above all, we set out to develop safe, healthy, strong communities for people to live, work, play and study and engage with each other.

The company works closely with its employees and strategic charitable partners to deliver its community investment agenda and participates in several community-based welfare schemes.

See more of our community enterprises below, including school visits, Fish ‘n’ Chip Frydays and more…

Maple Court

An open day for Maple Court was held successfully on 16 July 2017. Find out more about Maple Court

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Poplar Baths

Poplar Baths held an Open Day after being closed for 30 years,  with athletes Perri Shakes-Drayton, Scarlett Mew-Jensen & Georg Mew-Jensen in attendance to welcome the public on Saturday 13th August 2016. Malcolm McGregor, Director of ‘Pringle Richards Sharratt’ (PRS) architects, the expert team behind the design and architecture of the Poplar Baths Leisure Centre regeneration spoke about the history and the detail of the project.

Fish ‘n’ Chip Fryday

Fish n Chip fryday

Fish ‘n’ Chip Fryday


Fish ‘n’ Chips at George Lane

A slap-up Fish ‘n’ Chip Friday supper at the local Calabash Day Centre seemed the best way to celebrate the opening of our George Lane development. Find out more about George Lane

Councillor Kath Whittam

Rye Green Councillor Kath Whittam at Rye Green

Councillor Kath Whittam Rye Green

School visits

School visits

School visits


Resident Liaison Officer

Fish and chip Fryday

Resident Liaison Officer – Fish and chip Fryday

Meet the developer day – Hackney


Meet the developer day – Hackney