Founded in 2013, Johns&Co has established itself as a powerhouse in the London property market, not only excelling in sales & lettings, but also ranked as London’s #1 Property Management Company on Trustpilot. With eight offices strategically located in London and two in Asia, we cater to landlords, tenants, vendors, and buyers, as well as some of the UK’s leading property developers and investors.

Since opening its doors in 2021, our Brentford branch has rapidly emerged as TW8’s premier agency, excelling in both Sales and Lettings. We take immense pride in our community involvement, whether it’s spreading seasonal joy at the Brentford Christmas market with our Johns&Co Reindeer, supporting Brentford Football Club’s Community Trust, or contributing to local school’s fundraising efforts.

Continuing this tradition, we’re thrilled to announce our sponsorship of the Brentford Canal Festival.
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Brentford FC – With our community work spanning more than three decades, Brentford FC Community Sports Trust has established itself as a pioneering organisation for the local community. It uses the power of sport to educate, motivate and inspire people from all backgrounds.

Working in partnership with Brentford FC, the Trust offers a portfolio of programmes in education, employability, sports participation, health and community engagement.

We have won the ‘Football League Community Club of the Year’ award four times and have cemented our reputation as a community-led Football Club.

Most recently, we joined the European Football for Development Network and aligned our strategy with the UN’s sustainable development goals, which demonstrates our local impact at a global level.

Ever since Fairview was formed in 1961, our focus has been on providing the very best new build homes we can. We have helped thousands of first-time buyers get on the property ladder, as well as helping families find forever homes they never dreamed they could afford.

Our priority has always been to try to reclaim brownfield sites and support regeneration wherever possible, and whether it’s being involved in small-scale schemes building a handful of houses in a village setting to helping manage huge apartment projects, we’re proud to help provide the new homes so desperately needed.

Though the majority of homes we develop are for open market sale, we have always worked closely with housing associations—and we continue to do so—to provide affordable homes, and work in close partnership with other landowners, developers and home providers.

From the beginning, the vision for The Brentford Project has been to strengthen this social fabric by embracing the land from the high street to the water’s edge, and within it create a new riverside town centre.

It re-traces the lines of Brentford’s proud heritage and creates three distinct, characterful areas that together make The Brentford Project one of the most significant social, cultural and commercial statements in West London.

Syon Park is an historic stately home like no other, a castle with Tudor foundations, built on the site of a 15th Century abbey. Set in 200-acres of parkland, it’s a site of Special Scientific Interest, with pastures grazed by cattle since the 18th Century on Capability Brown landscapes, and the only remaining natural tidal meadow along the Thames in London.

Syon has incredible historical connections from the medieval and Tudor past, up to today and it has been the London home of the dukes of Northumberland, the Percy family since the 16th Century. The House holds a wealth of art within its grand classical Robert Adam interiors, while the Park and Gardens feel like deep countryside in urban Brentford, barely nine miles from central London. The Great Conservatory is a great architectural marvel and plays host to weddings, events and is a famous filming location for TV and movies.

Inspire disadvantaged young people in Hounslow to succeed and live a fulfilling future, contributing to a flourishing and sustainable society.

Inspire Hounslow primarily focus on disadvantaged young people in the London Borough of Hounslow by supporting:

  • Projects that enable and empower young people to develop and grow
  • Projects that help provide amenities for young people
  • Projects that drive positive change within the community

EcoWorld London is property developer based in London and was established in 2018 to deliver new homes and communities across the capital, including the Kew Bridge Gate development centred around the new Brentford Community Stadium.

EcoWorld London builds new homes, commercial, community spaces and infrastructure, from major regeneration projects to boutique developments, bringing our pedigree and experience of developing homes of all tenures to the capital. Coupled with our extensive experience of delivering resident-centric build-to-rent homes, managed by our sister company Apo Group Ltd, we design for the long term from the outset to ensure enduring quality, attractive environments, and successful communities. are London’s leading operator of vintage routemaster buses, being involved in hundreds of weddings, tours and events each year.

Although traditional London buses are iconic as Big Ben and the Queen, the last Routemaster was withdrawn from general service in 2005, after 50 years of mainstream service.

However, despite being retired, many people still want to ride aboard this iconic British symbol.

The memories of conductors, hopping on the back and climbing the spiralling stairs bring back a host of nostalgic feelings, and all’s buses are restored and cared for to the highest of standards through their passionate team of enthusiasts and mechanics.

As a multi-award winning travel operator, having won ‘Best Wedding Transport’ for two years in a row at the prestigious ‘UK Wedding Awards’, now have over ten vintage buses in their fleet, all available for private hire.

Creative Enterprise West is one of London’s Creative Enterprise Zones (CEZs are a Mayor of London initiative), to support artists, makers and creative businesses in a targeted area. Hounslow’s CEZ runs from Chiswick Business Park to Sky at Gillette Corner, including Brentford town centre to the south and going north to include Boston Manor and Gunnersbury parks. Chiswick House and Gardens is also a satellite to the zone.

Creative Enterprise West is being delivered by a consortium made up of: University of West London, West Thames College, London Borough of Hounslow, Sky, Octink, Watermans, Hounslow and Brentford Chambers of Commerce, West London Business and small businesses representatives.