Blackstock Consulting was proud to sponsor the recent Young Norwood Awards, alongside other leading real estate companies such as General Projects, Derwent London, Patron Capital and Estates Gazette. The full-house event which took place at The Londoner Hotel raised £140,000 from donations, a raffle and a lively auction from crowd-favourite Jonny Gould. 

This year’s dinner was the first since the pandemic and offered a great opportunity to not only raise essential funds for Norwood but also for young property professionals to network and socialise for a great cause. 

Blackstock was pleased to continue its relationship with the charity, having sponsored the Awards Dinner for a number of years and also taking part in last summer’s Chiltern Hills hike.

Norwood, which was established in 1785, supports over 2,500 people every year from children and families facing challenges in their lives due to additional educational needs, mental health or severe wellbeing issues to children and adults with learning disabilities or autism.

As a company committed to sustainability, Blackstock was delighted to be part of a carbon neutral event, enabled through the use of wind and hydropower offsets. Blackstock was also proud to see two clients shortlisted for Sustainable Property Company of the Year; Dominvs Group and Huckletree, both leading the way in ESG. 

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Blackstock is committed to giving back and works closely with a number of charity partners. We provide pro bono support for architecture charity Article 25 and the Royal Contemporary Arts Society. If you’re a charitable organisation that would benefit from our expertise and support, please get in contact with us via our enquiry form