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The Ethical Property Company

Who benefits?

The Ethical Property Company supports charities, social enterprises, voluntary and campaign groups by providing them with affordable serviced offices on flexible terms alongside other like-minded individuals and organisations.

Sunsurfer Consultancy, Green Fish, Manchester

Sunsurfer Consultancy has been developing inclusion in society since 2004, through training organisations in Disability Awareness and Equality, Equality & Diversity, Deaf Awareness, Introduction to British Sign Language and Mental Health First Aid (accredited by MHFA England). It has trained, by itself and with its partner HearFirst, hundreds of organisations and thousands of staff from public and private sector organisations across the UK. These include N-compass Advocacy, Signal Film & Media, Ethical Property Company, Community Arts North West and many others. The company was also invited by a deaf organisation to manage a Deaf Youth work project in Halifax.

“We benefit from working with like-minded organisations. I am one of the longest standing tenants of the Green Fish, Manchester. Heike, the Green Fish property manager, is always supportive and has helped me many times over the years.” Mickey Fellowes, Sunsurfer Consultancy


Agile Collective, Old Music Hall, Oxford

Agile Collective is a worker-owned digital agency that designs, builds and supports websites powered by open source software for socially conscious, purpose driven organisations. It works with clients that value environmental sustainability, social responsibility, equality and human rights, and share its vision of a better world for everyone.

Ethical Consumer have developed the world’s most sophisticated rating system to help consumers make informed, ethical choices about their purchases. Agile Collective implemented their design prototypes in Drupal 8 and engineered integration with their Subscriptions Management System and custom ratings database.

Unlike many of EPC's non-profit clients its not a campaigning organisation but, as a founder member of the UK’s network of co-operative technologists (CoTech), it is an active contributor to the growing awareness of the cooperative business model within the tech sector.

Being in the Old Music Hall has enabled Agile to collaborate with several organisations. It has also been able to use the meeting rooms to host worker co-operative events, bringing together local worker and community cooperatives to build solidarity within Oxford.


PHASE Worldwide, Brunswick Court, Bristol

As a small international development charity working in Nepal, PHASE Worldwide aims to empower isolated Himalayan communities through an integrated approach. With its partner organization PHASE Nepal, the charity provides skills and services to support communities constrained by a lack of access to healthcare, education and livelihood opportunities. Achieving self-empowerment in Nepal is at the heart of all PHASE Worldwide projects.

The greatest achievement of all, due to the progress made in the last 12 months, is that 45,000 vulnerable and marginalized people in Nepal have been supported in healthcare provision, education services and livelihood opportunities.

For over four years now, PHASE Worldwide have operated within a vibrant Ethical Property Centre in Bristol. The environment enables like-minded organizations to share ideas, share resources and make connections, all within a single working day.


Sustain, The Green House (former tenants of Development House) London

Sustain is the UK’s alliance for better food and farming, working with other charities large and small to improve the food we eat and the way it is produced, so that it is better for people and the planet. Last year was an extraordinary year for Sustain, responding rapidly to the evolving processes around Brexit, successfully getting amendments tabled to the UK Fisheries Bill and included in the UK Agriculture Bill; as well as coordinating public pressure on the emerging threats to food standards from trade deals; and the introduction of the Soft Drinks Industry Levy, which it coordinated the campaign for.

This year is Sustain's 20th anniversary. Beyond its work on Brexit and sugar, it hopes to scale up all of its campaigning, from community work through to tackling climate change.

Ethical Property synergy events, such as Development House’s previous garden club, allowed different organisations to find out about each other’s work and do something positive together.


Excellent Development, The Foundry, London

UK charity Excellent Development supports some of the world’s poorest people by helping them to transform their own lives through water and soil conservation in drylands. It works with local partners to support rural communities to build sand dams; reinforced concrete walls built across seasonal sandy riverbeds that capture and provide clean water for life, and (in turn) opportunity to develop livelihoods. In 2018, Excellent enabled the construction of its 1,000th sand dam (1,076 to date), providing clean water for life for over 1 million people.

In 2019: Excellent plan to further enable the widespread building of sand dams; According to Excellent it is great to work in a building with like-minded charitable organisations, many of which are small and going through similar challenges.


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