Community Spaces professional team pride themselves on their ability to source the ideal space for all charitable causes and businesses that request their help. Their detailed support process ensures Community Spaces are the main contact for both prospective tenants and potential Landlords, enabling them to liaise with both parties ensuring all needs are met. Read a few of our success stories below to see how Community Spaces can work for you.
Action for Children
Clients often approach us with a general idea of what they need, and this project was no different. Action For Children recently opened their first retail store. We worked with The Hark Group who own Castle Mall Shopping Centre in Norwich to source the charity a short term pop up to sell clothes donated by a number of famous clothes brands . The pop up was a huge success raising well over £10,000 in just over 17 days.
Often our clients have everything they need to succeed; they just require the resources and support to help them find their ideal premises. Community Spaces work closely with the team at Age U.K. Shropshire and have assisted them in gaining two premises. One for fundraising and one as a drop-in information centre.
Yellow Ribbon work with ex-offenders and prison leavers to give them training and housing opportunities when they leave prison. Community Spaces work with them to source coffee shops and furniture outlets for their clients to learn skills in retail, furniture making and hospitality.
Signal: The Hub
In partnership with Community Spaces the team at Signal have found a town centre location for their key services to the hearing impaired in the local area. Now their clients do not need to attend the hospital but can meet Signals friendly team in the town centre and enjoy a relaxing coffee in the Hub Cafe whilst they wait for their appointment.
Meat Shack, a start-up business selling premier meat and vegetables required space for their new venture. The team at Community Spaces worked with the new start up to source a high footfall shop in the heart of the town centre as well as organising a rent free and business rates free period to help kick start their business.
Newlands Furniture Project
Community Spaces have recently found a brand new home for Brenda and the team at Newlands Furniture Project. They can now sell their donated furniture and clothing in a high footfall retail park in the heart of Bradford. Since taking on the new store their income has increased substantially and they have been able to support more and more local people.