High Edinburgh developer publicizes becoming charity partnership

Landmark venture paves the way in which for kids’s charity sponsorship

A PREMIUM developer which is reworking the previous Royal Hospital for Sick Youngsters constructing has now introduced a partnership with the charity that supported it.

Sq. & Crescent has formally partnered with Edinburgh Youngsters’s Hospital Charity (ECHC) after kicking off the cautious refurbishment of The Royal Hospital for Sick Youngsters earlier this 12 months.

The premium Edinburgh developer is now an official charity associate of ECHC, which helps significantly unwell kids throughout the Lothians by supporting their medical care, psychological well being, and household’s wellbeing.

ECHC’s former headquarters is among the buildings being transformed throughout the main Royal Meadows improvement, which is able to see the previous hospital constructing remodeled into a mixture of luxurious townhouses and flats.

Kate Dixon, Company & Partnerships Lead at Edinburgh Youngsters’s Hospital Charity stated: “Our work is reliant on assist from donations, volunteers, and company companions so to have the backing of certainly one of Edinburgh’s most interesting residential builders is extraordinarily priceless to us.

“The previous hospital constructing has numerous that means to us and the partnership immediately made sense because it permits us to maintain a connection.

“We assist 1000’s of kids who go to hospital yearly. Being unwell and needing hospital care may be tough, scary, and lonely and we work laborious to make the expertise as optimistic as potential.

Edinburgh PR agency shares that Square and Cresent have become an official charity partner with Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity

“Whether or not it’s bringing pioneering gear to Scotland, designing a dance class to assist kids’s physiotherapy, performing theatre in vital care or reworking a scientific space – Sq. & Crescent’s assist goes to be integral to serving to us attain each youngster who comes by the hospital doorways.”

To kick off its partnership, the Sq. & Crescent crew are getting ready to sort out Edinburgh’s Seven Hills Problem to boost a lot wanted funds.

The charity was based within the Eighties the place it was primarily based on the Royal Hospital for Sick Youngsters website close to Edinburgh’s Meadows, earlier than the hospital’s relocation to Little France in 2021.

The Royal Meadows improvement is focused for completion in 2025, and is about to launch a gross sales suite in late summer season this 12 months. It spans throughout four-acres and is located one mile from Princes Avenue and a brief stroll from Lothian Highway, benefitting from a metropolis centre location.

Euan Marshall, Co-Founder and joint Managing Director of Sq. & Crescent stated: “The work Edinburgh Youngsters’s Hospital Charity is doing is priceless for kids and younger individuals throughout town and past.

“There’s a pure hyperlink between Royal Meadows and Edinburgh Youngsters’s Hospital Charity, so the partnership already has a particular that means.

“From company-wide challenges to voluntary days and donations, we will’t wait to assist in no matter method we will to assist the charity’s unbelievable efforts.”

Sq. & Crescent is now a widely-regarded residential developer with a major deal with the acquisition, improvement and refurbishment of lovely houses.

For extra data on Edinburgh Youngsters’s Hospital Charity, go to https://echcharity.org/

For extra data on Royal Meadows, or to register curiosity, please e mail [email protected] or name Lesley Coyle on 07586 129184.

For extra data on Sq. & Crescent, go to https://squareandcrescent.com/

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