Grosvenor is a privately owned property group active in some of the world's most dynamic cities. They are characterised by their interest in the mix of property which makes urban communities thrive, and aim to help create and manage attractive and vibrant cities in which people choose to live and work.
A LandAid Foundation Partner since 2009, Grosvenor is at the forefront of responsible property development. Jeremy Newsum, Executive Trustee of the Grosvenor Estate, has been involved with LandAid for a number of years, as a Trustee and chair of the Grants Committee until 2014. Craig McWilliam, has recently replaced Jeremy as a Trustee on the Board, but has been involved with LandAid as an active member of the Fundraising Committee for a number of years.
An active Foundation Partner, Grosvenor pulled out all the stops for LandAid Day 2012 and raised an amazing £18,500. They are regular participants in the Summer Run, the Debate and all of LandAid’s core events, donning memorable costumes for the LandAid Day Treasure Hunt 2013. We were recently invited in to present to Grosvenor employees on all things LandAid to further strengthen our links.
Grosvenor has also provided pro bono support on the refurbishment of the Young Persons Advisory Service building in Liverpool city centre. The LandAid grant funded project included urgent external repairs and the reorganisation of internal spaces, enabling more children and young people to access unique therapeutic support.