Generation Z want to become trustees – they just don’t know how
A lack of awareness and understanding is preventing young people from becoming charity trustees, according to new research by Ecclesiastical.
Gloucester-based Ecclesiastical Insurance has revealed a sneak peek of its new headquarters at Gloucester Business Park in Brockworth.
The specialist insurer announced the planned move in October 2018 and received planning permission earlier this year.
Ecclesiastical, one of the county’s largest private employers, has released a virtual peek of its planned new offices.
The 30-second video shows what the building exterior will look like once completed in late 2020.
Caroline Taplin, Group HR Director for Ecclesiastical, said: “It’s exciting to be able to share this video. There is a still lot of work to be done on site however the video really helps us to bring the project to life for our employees and the local community.”
Ecclesiastical are working with owner and developer of Gloucester Business Park, Arlington, to create their new office. Arlington’s CEO, James Raven, said, “This is a great news story for Gloucester and will further support the mix of amenity and vibrancy at the Park. We are delighted to be partnering with Ecclesiastical to deliver them this prestigious new HQ building”.
The building of Ecclesiastical’s new office is expected to start next month.