Faithful+Gould Helps Moseley Community Development Project

Dale Potts
Two employees from Faithful+Gould, are doing their bit for charity by lending a hand in Moseley to help revamp one of the old buildings.

Mark Janssens, regional director, and Gareth Edwards from the company’s Birmingham office are currently offering their quantity surveying services in conjunction with ProHelp, for the refurbishment and extension of the Post Office building on Alcester Road. These modifications will create better office space and meeting rooms for the tenants and residents.

The ground floor of the building is leased to the Post Office, whilst the other floors are occupied by Moseley Community Development Trust, which aims to improve life in Moseley and foster wealth for the community.

Gareth Edwards at Faithful+Gould, commented: "We're happy to support such a worthy project, and know that many other premises in Birmingham are crying out for the same treatment. There is so much talent and such a breadth of services in the city that if more people gave up some time to get involved with ProHelp projects, it could make a real difference."

Cath Ralph, from Moseley Community Development Trust, said: "It's been brilliant having Faithful+Gould as part of the team and we really value their contribution."

ProHelp is a national network of companies which strive to make a difference in the local community by offering free advice and pro bono support to local community groups and voluntary organisations.

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