The University Quarter (UQ) road safety event was a component of the Kexgill Group’s ongoing commitment to social responsibility and aimed to improve the community’s road infrastructure.
The project has been praised by the local community, who see it as a major milestone in efforts to improve the living standards of residents.
Managing purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) up and down the country, the Kexgill Group are committed to creating safe and comfortable environments for students.
The UQ’s Managing Director Richard Stott, fully funded the Salmon Grove Road Project which kicked off plans in early 2022 while construction started in August 2022. The company’s investment in this initiative is independent.
“At Kexgill, we believe that our success must be tied to the progress of the communities we serve. By investing in initiatives such as this road project, we are demonstrating our commitment to building sustainable communities for future generations. We are proud to be partnering with local authorities and other stakeholders to bring this project to life.”Richard Stott, Managing Director, Kexgill Group
With a prospect to give back to the local communities in which the UQ PBSA’s reside, the Salmon Grove Road project has become one of the many initiatives that the Kexgill Group have conducted.
Among their previous work, the Greenroom Project was designed to promote sustainability, whilst a University Quarter organised culture visit to Castle Howard was aired on Channel 4, which sponsored international students on a tour to see landmarks in Yorkshire.
Salmon Grove Road has now been added to the list of successful projects the Kexgill Group have completed as part of their plan to help local governments create stronger communities.