Charity Stories

Residential Land are committed to supporting a number of charitable causes both abroad and locally.

Whilst our business goes from strength to strength, it is important that we are able to give back to those less fortunate and to organisations that directly benefit others. We support a wide range of charities, from large international foundations that help thousands of people across the globe, to smaller local projects that benefit the areas of London in which we operate.

Charities we continue to support include:


Below you can read about some of the worthy causes Residential Land has recently been involved with:


Charity Stories from

  • Residential Land sponsors Refugee Cricket Project

    Residential Land is proud to sponsor Refugee Cricket Project. Our donation has helped to get this project to a point where they are confident that the project’s future has been secured for at least two years. They have also been able to create a part time post for the project. The combination of this and the money raised […]...read full article

  • Presidents Club Charitable trust fully funds the HDU of Great Ormond Street Hospital

    We are proud to announce that the Presidents Club Charitable Trusts generous donation helped to fully fund The High Dependency Unit at the Premier Inn Clinical building of Great Ormond Street Hospital. The hospital is now on schedule and on budget to complete the build next year. The donation helped the hospital and its staff to create […]...read full article

  • Supporting and helping to change lives of young women in Ukraine

      Back in 2012 Residential Land made a generous donation towards an emergency shelter to help homeless young women and girls at risk of HIV in Ukraine. The country has one of the of Europe’s worst AIDS epidemics with just 1 in 6 people infected with HIV on treatment – worse than in some African […]...read full article

  • West London Day Centre

    Residential Land made a difference for many  homeless Londoners this Christmas, by donating generously to the West London Day Centre.  Members of Residential Land Michelle Williams, Senior Project Manager and Lucy Metge, Design Assistant helped to raise and collect the donations. Our donations meant that 60 people left homeless could enjoy a three course lunch, prepared […]...read full article

  • Residential Land becomes a Patron for The Children’s Trust charity

    This year’s Children’s Trust Gala event was hosted by Nick and Holly Candy and was one of the first for the couple’s new charity which helps support children with disability, cancer and Alzheimer’s by raising money for research.  The event raised over £550,000 and Residential Land is proud to become a Patron for this charity, by […]...read full article