At Sheargold we develop own and manage property across all sectors and we believe that all these spaces should be great.
As such our purpose is to create inspiring spaces. Whether these be new communities, homes, work places or fun places. This vision is built on four pillars that represent the values which we hold dear and guide how we go about creating these inspiring spaces.
- It's all about People
- Exceeding Expectations
- Delivering with Integrity
- Creating the Future
These pillars are the benchmark by which we measure ourselves, having been inspired by our learning and experience over many years. It is not just a part of our DNA, but also in our daily practice to ensure we provide an inspiring space at every opportunity.
It's all about people
People are what bring spaces (and businesses) to life, there is a symbiotic relationship between the quality of a place that attracts people and the energy that people bring to the place that lead to space becoming inspiring. However at the end of the day without people all spaces are lifeless and that’s why people are at the forefront of all our choices when we develop, own or manage a space.
Exceeding ExpectationsWe don’t think close enough is good enough and believe mediocrity is to be avoided at all cost. We want to provide innovative spaces for people that are socially, environmentally and economically responsible and that as a result we can be proud of and leave our customers delighted.
Delivering with Integrity
Trust needs to be earnt over time and is not something that you can simply request. We appreciate this fact and therefore you will find our word is our bond. Put quite simply if we say we will do something, we do it. This has been engrained in our business for our over 50 years of operation.
Creating the Future
The spaces we develop, own and manage will be influential and significant parts of our customers lives for many, many years to come. Therefore we have a long term outlook in our decision making that seeks to provide spaces that will look as good in 50 years time as they do now as well as understanding future trends and incorporating these into our spaces.