Barratt London donates to the US Embassy’s annual Day of Service


Nine Elms local community are set to enjoy an outdoor kitchen

As part of his first official UK engagement, US ambassador to Britain Robert Wood Johnson was joined by Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia to welcome more than 100 volunteers from across the local community. 

Rolling up their sleeves, Ambassador Johnson and the team of volunteers worked together on a range of jobs such as litter-picking, repainting and replanting to help spruce up the Savona and Carey Gardens Estates

Barratt London were delighted to contribute to the event by donating an outdoor kitchen, which was unveiled at the ROSE Community Centre by councillor Govindia for Nine Elms residents to enjoy.

Sam Sinniah, project director at Barratt London, added “Projects like this really do foster community spirit and I am delighted that Barratt London has contributed towards such a worthy cause alongside Wandsworth Council and the US Embassy.

“Since we started work at our Nine Elms Point development we have strived to work closely with the local community and leave behind a positive legacy.”

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