Our Stories


Placemaking and the importance of green spaces

Whether it’s a trail through a country park, a local play area or a green nestled in your local neighbourhood – it’s likely that you’ll have appreciated the presence of a green space at some time or another. In fact, The Land Trust reported in 2016 that 9 out of 10 of us feel that green spaces play a
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The People Behind Preim: Meeting Jenny Bryant

At Preim we work with a broad range of Resident Management Companies (RMC’s) stakeholders  – from residents, to solicitors to developers. It’s incredibly important that we understand each party involved, their requirements and where they may need additional support. Doing so helps us to provide the best possible service to our customers– particularly when a property on one of the estates we manage is being
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Community at Christmas from tree planting to carols

Festivities have been in full swing at many of the communities we work with, from Crest Nicholson garden villages Tadpole Garden Village and Kilnwood Vale to St Eval Park in Cornwall.   Keep reading to find out more about Santa’s visits and a ‘meet your neighbours’ gathering – as well as a tree-mendous tree planting effort!   In the meantime, may we also take this
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Cheers! A new pub for Tadpole Garden Village 

A local pub is often considered the hub of a community – whether that’s as a place to meet with friends, to grab a meal with family or have a neighbours’ gathering.  That’s why Crest Nicholson was delighted to announce plans for a new pub to serve its 1,855 home community, Tadpole Garden Village in Swindon, in September
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App-solutely fantastic! New community app launched for Monksmoor Park

Conversation is key to helping a new community grow. Developers want to share news with residents, community events need to be promoted, and neighbours often love the opportunity to meet and chat with one another. Although conversation is of course an old artform, new technology can still play a role in helping it happen.   That’s why Preim,
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