Quadron launches new community-focused website

Green space management company Quadron Services has launched a new website focusing on its work with community and other stakeholder groups.

Quadron's new community website. Image: Supplied
Quadron's new community website. Image: Supplied

As part of its continuing focus on Cultivating Sustainable Green Communities in partnership with its clients and stakeholders.

The new website can be found at www.quadroncommunity.co.uk and is intended to complement and expand upon the community engagement area of the existing Quadron Services corporate website and the Quadron Community Partners Facebook page.

It features the latest case studies on Quadron's activities with volunteer and third sector groups, statistics on the number of volunteer hours generated across Quadron's contracts and some of the positive feedback that the company has received from groups it works with.

Developed in partnership with design agency Redshift Ltd, who are based locally to Quadron's Weston-super-Mare head office, the website has a modern design which is fully compatible across desktop and mobile. It also has links to the major social networks to allow visitors to easily share articles to sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Quadron's corporate development manager, Andrew Kauffman, said: "Quadron has a long history of building relationships with community, voluntary and third sector groups, whom we work with to source funding and to facilitate improvement projects to local parks and green spaces.

"Developing a bespoke website devoted to these projects will allow us to showcase the broad range of experience Quadron has gained in working with stakeholder groups as well as showing the fantastic accomplishments made by the communities and volunteers with whom we work."

Quadron's clients include The London Boroughs of Southwark and Hammersmith & Fulham, The Royal Boroughs of Kensington & Chelsea and Kingston upon Thames, Wandsworth, Wokingham and Charnwood Borough Councils, Croydon Council, Wycombe, Teignbridge and Cherwell District Councils, Paragon Community Housing Group and Birmingham City Council.

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