Mount Anvil in the Community

We pride ourselves on developing genuine, mutually valuable relationships with the communities that we work in. Creating and strengthening those relationships here in Hammersmith will include holding ourselves to the highest possible standards of the Considerate Constructors Scheme, ensuring that local suppliers have the chance to tender for on-site contracts, and advertising work and apprenticeship vacancies locally. We are committed to leaving a positive legacy in Hammersmith.

Read on for more information on how Mount Anvil is working in and with your community.


Community Meetings & Events

Keeping you abreast of developments on site—particularly any that directly impact you or the local area—is absolutely key. We know you will have specific questions, so we’ll be holding community meetings throughout the duration of the project to ensure that you always have the opportunity to speak to us directly.

  • Register now to receive notifications and alerts for drop-in sessions and meetings.
  • We hold regular public meetings that everyone is free to attend. Dates will be announced on this site and via your regular newsletter. Previous meetings’ minutes can be downloaded via our documents area.

Apprenticeship & Work Schemes

Mount Anvil will be working with K10, the London-wide construction skills network, to provide apprenticeship opportunities on site at Queen’s Wharf. Wherever possible K10 will be recruiting for these apprenticeships from within the borough. All main subcontractors working on site will also be contractually obliged to recruit apprentices through K10.

A number of apprentices are currently working on site for both Mount Anvil and MPB, our concrete frame subcontractor. One former Queen’s Wharf apprentice is now a full-time Mount Anvil employee.

Visit the jobs and apprenticeships page now for all current employment and apprenticeship opportunities.


Mount Anvil Giving Back

One of our key commitments is to create genuine relationships and to share our success with the communities that we live and work in. We work with local charities and interest groups at each of our developments, donating time, expertise and money to help them make a real difference to the local community. It's part of our legacy in London.

Between 2010 and 2014 we donated more than £500,000 to good causes in the capital. By the end of 2016 it will be £1m.

We also work alongside local communities in order to ensure that all voices are heard and that our time working in the area is a positive one for all parties.

Current initiatives in Hammersmith include:

  • A full-time Community Liaison Officer ensuring that we actively listen to and work with local people. We are committed to being a good neighbour during construction and to creating a dialogue with local residents through regular community meetings and community newsletters.
  • A partnership with K10 to employ local apprentices and people to work on site. Visit the jobs and apprenticeships page for all current vacancies.
  • Ongoing relationship building and event support in the local community, giving our backing to events such as the local litter pick for the Queen’s 90th birthday.

We are also already partnering with a number of local schools and community interest groups that provide valuable services to the local community. For more information, or to nominate a charity or community group for our support, please get in touch via

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