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3 Tips for being Ethical in the Property Industry

Ethical Property is changing the way we all profit from property. Our Managing Director shares her advice on what it means to be Ethical in the industry today:


Can property be ethical? Interview with Estates Gazette

Our Managing Director, Susan Ralphs, was recently interviewed by Estates Gazette. During this podcast, Sue gave an insight into why affordable and quality workspace is becoming increasingly important...


The 'timber' revolution

One of the key drivers of the development of The Green House, our newest Centre, is our commitment to ensuring that it is built in a sustainable way, using appropriate materials. Andrew Waugh, from Waugh Thistleton, designers of The Green House, was recently interviewed by the BBC, discussing the benefits of timber construction, and it makes for a very interesting read...


The fairplace award

Great news! Our head office in Oxford, The Old Music Hall, has been awarded the fairplace award, an ethical workplace accreditation run by our sister organisation the Ethical Property Foundation.


We're one of the ‘Best Places to Work in Property’ in 2016!

We are delighted to announce that The Ethical Property Company has been named as one of the ‘Best Places to Work in Property’ in 2016!



The Green House

We are pleased announce that our new Centre on Cambridge Heath Road has now formally been named as ‘The Green House’!



Article in The Financial Times

It has been a busy week for our Managing Director Susan Ralphs. As well as being invited to the Houses of Parliament for a discussion on how the Government can help encourage cycling across the UK, Susan also featured in an article in The Financial Times newspaper. In the article that discusses the benefits of being an unlisted company, Susan shares her views on having a majority of non-executives on the board of Directors at Ethical Property.



The Big Bath Bite

This Saturday Green Park Station will be celebrating the launch of the venue's new food quarter. In a day including live music, food tasting and activities, all members of the Bath community are invited to take part in the Great Bath Feast and meet the new food traders. The event itself is in partnership with Bath Pizza Co. and the Bath Instagram Community. 


London Open House 2016

Ethical Property would like to thank all those who came to visit The Foundry and volunteered as guides this weekend as part of London Open House 2016. Throughout the day over 250 members of the public came to see the Centre and heard from the architects who designed the building.



ClearlySo Mid-year Review

Today ClearlySo released their first company review highlighting their accomplishments for the period of January to June 2016. Ethical Property feature in the document as one of the case studies, To read the full report, click here


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