in the heart of our community
Our MissionWe will enable client groups to become more effective by providing them with facilities which improve the quality and efficiency of their operation. We will work to advance community development by providing facilities which benefit the community and help promote people’s ability to participate in community life
Norton Park SCIO is an independent registered Scottish Charity (SC048639) formed to establish Norton Park office complex as the first shared premises project for third sector organisations in Scotland. In developing Norton Park, the Trust was seeking to provide high quality, affordable shared premises for charitable organisations to enable the sharing of experiences and resources.
The complex opened in 1998 and now accommodates 20 different charities.
Norton Park SCIO has a vast variety of skills and experience to enable us to develop our services and create new shared premises projects including the unpaid support and assistance provided by our Trustees
- Louise Norris (Chair)
- Shulah Allan MBE
- Mike Harland
- Paul Randall
- Steve Callaghan
- Susan Smith
- Sandra Blake
- John Aldridge
The charity is managed by our team on a day-to-day basis.
- Anne-Marie O’Hara – Chief Executive
- Jimmy Scott – Facilities Manager
- Cheryl Pride – Finance Co-ordinator
- Heather Rutherford – Events Co-ordinator
- Bobby Waterston – Maintenance Officer
- Malcolm Thom – Maintenance Officer
- Marie Stewart – Morning Receptionist
- Sharon Coyle – Afternoon Receptionist
- Colin Oldham – Cleaning Operative
Our ValuesSocially Just
We will all treat people fairly and equitably. We will aim to ensure our facilities are available and accessible to all.
We will constantly seek ways to reduce our carbon footprint by reducing our use of natural resources and recycling where we can. We will encourage those using our facilities to do the same.
We will seek best value in the way we manage our facilities to ensure that the charges we set are affordable for our clients whilst also ensuring our business is sustainable.
The people that use our building, our tenants, service users, staff and visitors are central to our business. We will provide ways for their views to be heard and where we can act to meet their needs and ensure our building remains fully accessible to all.
Open, flexible and Responsive
Staff and Trustees are open to new ideas and ways of working to ensure its Vision and Mission are met.