We are committed to working in partnership with the people who live and work in the areas where we operate, and support a wide range of local charities and community initiatives.

The examples below demonstrate our approach to community involvement.

City street environment improved with trees

tree-planting-300pxOur plant department helped Brighton and Hove Council with the movement of planters containing Holm Oaks . The planters line both sides of Waterloo Street and residents said they are very pleased with their new environment.

Councillor Ollie Sykes said: “Today was an enormous success thanks to Mackley’s help…..Residents of Waterloo Street are over the moon and the street is, we all think, already transformed."

Supporting a range of local events and initiatives

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• We are providing civil engineering students from Brighton University with ‘real life experience’ through a series of visits to our construction sites (above).

• We regularly organise various events to support St Barnabas Hospice in Worthing

• We host an Annual Golf Day in aid of our selected charities for the year

• We have provided the Small Dole Recreation Ground, complete with football pitch, for local residents

• We have provided 13 acres of woodland which the Tottington Woodlanders ensure are conserved and maintained on behalf of the local community

• For the opening of the Barking & Dagenham Frontages Scheme, a local scout group cleared an area and planted spring bulbs

• We have constructed a Skate Park on the Small Dole Recreation Ground

• We have constructed a caving complex, including access for the disabled, for a local Scout Group

• We have assisted a local sustainable charity through the provision of unusable groyne sections and a water container for their allotments.

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• Mackley has agreed a deal to become the first team kit sponsor of Upper Beeding FC (above) ahead of the 2016/17 season.

• Mackley is a proud sponsor of Snowdogs by the Sea - a charity art trail taking place across Brighton in the Autumn of 2016, raising money for the Martlets Hospice (below).

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• In December 2016, we donated a consignment of hi-vis jackets to Thomas A Becket Junior School, Worthing, in a bid to help its pupils stay safe on the journey to and from school during the winter months.


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