Transforming local communities

Amey’s success is linked to the places and communities where we work. We do everything we can to be a good neighbour, working with local communities to tackle issues that affect their wellbeing. We listen and engage with our communities to design services that fit their needs, and look for opportunities to help them thrive.

  2018 2019 2020
Community Involvement Days 1671 1574 302
Number new apprenticeship starts 79 76 60
Total number of apprenticeships and graduates on programme 315 335 280
Fundraising secured for SSAFA - the armed forces charity £37,184 £34,328 £54,983
Fundraising secured for COVID-19 charities N/A  N/A  £270k


Our key partners

Our next steps

  • Embed Regional Hubs across the UK to support with issues of local importance
  • Deliver on our Cancer Research UK partnership – raising awareness and fundraising
  • Bring more young people into the business, including supporting the Government’s Kickstart scheme, our apprenticeship programmes and running the Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Award
  • Provide employment opportunities for those facing barriers including prison leavers, service leavers, those with disabilities, or the long-term unemployed
  • Publish and launch our Opportunity Gap Action Plan, in partnership with the Social Mobility Pledge.
  • Provide opportunities for young people to connect with the workplace and raise aspirations by offering work experience, careers fairs and workshops and building on our Education Hub