DEX Property Management is committed to adding social and environmental value though our Property Guardian service.
We provide a ‘Guardian First’ ethos across all our services and both DEX Staff and Property Guardians are encouraged to give back to the local community where possible. By re-using empty properties, Guardianship brings buildings back into meaningful use, rejuvenating areas and deterring anti-social behaviour.
Charitable Partnership – LandAid
DEX is partnered with LandAid, a charity working to end youth homelessness across the UK. The charity aims to bring the property industry together to provide safe, suitable and affordable accommodation for young people facing homelessness, giving them a brighter future.
We are committed to fundraising, and devoting time and resources to assist in their valuable work. We are committed to providing a full calendar of fundraising events throughout the year, in addition to offering industry knowledge to projects up and down the country.
As part of our partnership with LandAid we offer a match donation scheme with our clients. Where clients receive a money rebate from our Property Guardian service we encourage them to donate to LandAid. In return DEX match any donation up to the value of £10 per month, per Property Guardian.
As well as encouraging our Property Guardians to partake in voluntary work (of which many do off their own accord), the DEX team take part in regular voluntary activities. From litter picking, to assisting in soup kitchens, we have a number of activities planned throughout the year to give back to the wider community.
Boarded up properties attract can anti-social behaviour and can be an eye-sore for neighbours. By re-using empty properties and bringing them back into residential use, DEX Property Guardians help to rejuvenate a local area.
We encourage our Property Guardians to carry out works to aid local residents and undertake jobs such as gardening and ground maintenance. Property Guardians are also encouraged to do their bit for the environment through recycling and reducing electrical consumption schemes.