We are delighted to be sponsoring Ethical Property Foundation’s 5th biannual Property Matters Survey.
The survey, carried out by Ethical Property Foundation, whose in house team provide support on property-related matters to around 300 small charities and community groups, is a national property survey aimed at understanding the needs and challenges faced by third sector organisations in dealing with property in England and Wales.
James McCallum, a partner in the team specialising in property law for charities, said: “Property issues in the voluntary sector are no less complex than elsewhere, but resources to address those complexities can be limited. The services provided by EPF are therefore not only manifestly desirable but necessary. This survey provides a clear perception of the landscape in which property advice and support to the voluntary sector will be provided in the future. It is essential that such high-level information is available in order to strategically plan and focus resources where they are needed.”
The survey is now live and your responses are key for understanding the challenges and opportunities for the sector in this area. The survey is accessible online and takes only six minutes to complete. You can find more detail about EPF and the services it can offer to charities on their website.