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By: Nicki Whittaker 30/10/19
What a difference a day makes

Giving back to the communities where we are based and where we are building is important to us. That’s why, for the past seven years, Prologis employees across the globe have come together for ‘Impact Day – our annual day of service where we give something back to the communities close to our Prologis Parks. […]

By: Paul Weston 30/10/19
Keeping the memories alive at The Bridge

At Prologis, we believe it’s important to preserve links to local history Paul Weston, Prologis UK   There was a poignant new addition to our sculpture trail at The Bridge development in Dartford recently. A new sculpture – ‘soldier on a bench’ – by Will Jordan was commissioned to recognise the Armistice of 11 November […]

By: Wayne Porter 07/10/19
Prologis’ Employees Take a Hands-On Approach for Impact Day

Prologis Impact Day 2018 – Happy Fields Animal Sanctuary If ‘many hands make light work’ then imagine what 3,200 hands can do? That’s exactly the number of hands from Prologis’ offices across the globe that took part in Impact Day, the company’s annual day of service, on May 18th.   This is the sixth year […]

Working with Warwickshire College

We value our partnership with Prologis and the important role it plays in the education of students about sustainability Mark Bonham, Assistant Principal for WCG   We’ve been working with Warwickshire College Group (WCG) for the past four years and currently sponsor their involvement with the Planet Mark™ certification scheme. Through this scheme, the group […]

By: Steven Haddock 06/10/19
Building safer communities

PCSOs carry out an important role and this partnership with local organisations will undoubtedly contribute to a safer Northamptonshire Sgt Sam Dobbs, Northamptonshire Police   As the long-term owner of the logistics parks we develop, building a strong relationship with the local community is important for us: that’s why, in partnership with Crick Parish Council, […]

How creative thinking could save the planet

How creative thinking could save the planet (and why dried insects would be better in a stir-fry)   A blog post by Theo Morris The Eden Project is an educational charity whose aim is to connect us with each other and the living world, exploring how we can work towards a better future. It’s nestled […]

By: Alan Sarjant 02/10/19
Building Community Spirit

Working together with Love Brum and Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, Prologis UK and our ‘Space for Good’ initiative is making a real difference in the local community as part of our wider commitment to social value Alan Sarjant, Prologis UK   The Real Junk Food Project (TRJFP) Birmingham has been operating since 2014, intercepting over […]

By: Paul Weston 01/10/19
Prologis 100 celebrates a decade of pedal power

Cycling and charity work are a real passion for many people who work at Prologis UK and, by combining the two and involving our agents and supply chain, we can really make a difference to the charities nominated by our employees Paul Weston, Prologis UK   This year, Prologis UK celebrated a decade of charitable […]