Natta’s Legacy – Natta pledges to give back to the communities where we build
Working with the local community at the sites where we work is always high on our agenda. Any construction project will impact the local area and Natta supports any initiatives to give something back to the community. Where possible, local labour will be employed and local materials sourced.
In 2018, keen to further our cause to support charities, local initiatives and communities where we work, Natta constructed a new helipad free of charge for EHAAT and Basildon and Thurrock University Hospital. Patients taken to Basildon Hospital by Essex & Herts Air Ambulance now arrive via a specially-constructed helipad at Basildon Golf Club.
In 2019, we also undertook the groundworks for new Pavillion and tractor shed to provide new facilities at Fernie Fields Sports Club in Northampton. Primarily, the use of this will be for sport for disabled children and community charity groups.
Late last year we built new patios and pathways at the LVD Church in Langley Green to improve the access into the church for their community as well as completing the build of a new ‘Wildlife Garden’ at Woking and Sam Beare Hospices.
Our recent community projects include the build of a new footpath for residents at Shipley Bridge Lane in Copthorne. The works also included resurfacing the driveways and laybys and installing edgings.
We have also supported Men’s Shed in Alresford with the donation of two high-specification drills. Men’s Shed is a charity which provides the local community with a workshop and social centre.
We support any involvement with The Considerate Constructors Scheme. A designated team is available to help with any project registered with the Scheme.