...and is awarded "hero" status

Thu 30 July 2020, 3:50 pm

The Edmonton Green team at Crosstree Real Estate Partners has been recognised as "High Street Heroes" by REVO, the retail property industry body.

The team has been heavily involved in community initiatives to help local people and businesses during the Coronavirus pandemic, the company told OpEn

Their work involved supporting more than 20 charitable and community groups within Edmonton and across Enfield. Exodus Youth Worx UK, All People All Places, Elmich Care, The Step Project, Edmonton Baptist Church, Community Link, and Age UK Enfield are among those supported.

Some specific examples of work recognised by REVO include:

  • Coordinating deliveries of food supplies and donating money to Enfield Stands Together, a council-led initiative supporting the borough’s most vulnerable people who don’t have family or neighbours that can help them.
  • Working alongside Enfield Council and the army to establish a temporary Covid-19 testing facility in one of the car parks.
  • Delivering food, treats and supplies to the frontline workers at the Chase Farm Hospital and the Parker Day Centre (a specialist dementia care centre)
  • Donating and delivering fresh fruit from the market traders to the emergency department at North Middlesex University Hospital (pictured).
  • Supporting the launch of ShopAppy which assists shoppers to support small, local businesses, and get essential goods delivered directly to their front doors. This provided a much needed revenue boost for local independent businesses.