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Jockey Club Estates

Jockey Club Estates Mission Statement - It is our purpose and passion to manage our assets in order to provide a first-class service to our customers, protect The Jockey Club’s heritage and reinvest for the future.

Jockey Club Estates is The Jockey Club’s property and land management company. Its portfolio comprises all the property and assets of The Jockey Club outside of the group’s racecourses.

Jockey Club Estates owns and is responsible for the management of 4500 acres at Newmarket and 550 acres at Lambourn, in addition it is responsible for the management of the training grounds at Epsom. The portfolio also includes over 90 properties, including the historic Jockey Club Rooms.

The company is owned by the Members of The Jockey Club and the profits generated are reinvested into improving and developing facilities under its management.

The principal objectives of Jockey Club Estates are the continued development of its training grounds as centres of excellence and the managing of its property portfolio, including the Jockey Club Rooms, in a commercial manner whilst protecting and promoting the Club’s values and heritage

30 July 2019
East of England
Local Alliances:
Newmarket Dementia Action Alliance

1. Action Plan

1. The National Dementia Declaration lists seven outcomes that the DAA are seeking to achieve for people with dementia and their carers. How would you describe your organisation’s role in delivering better outcomes for people with dementia and their carers?

We are the largest landowner within Newmarket and by using our land assets we want to promote awareness of dementia within the community and support people living with dementia, to give them a sense of belonging and being a valued part of family and community life by providing a safe and supported out door environment.

2. What are the challenges to delivering these outcomes from the perspective of your organisation?

We need further Dementia Friends sessions due to the number of staff and their different work hours. As well as ensuring our existing workforce becomes dementia aware, we need to include dementia awareness in all new staff Induction Programmes.

2. Actions

  • Improve our understanding of Dementia

    We will put the necessary measures in place to increase dementia awareness among our staff so they understand the condition and the ways in which we, as a company, can provide support to people living with dementia.

  • Work in partnership with Newmarket DAA

    Jockey Club Estates will work with the Newmarket Dementia Action Alliance to support Newmarket to become a dementia friendly community and encourage other organisations to attend Dementia Friends sessions and sign up to the Dementia Action Alliance.

  • Promoting dementia awareness

    Jockey Club Estates will display the NDAA window sticker to show it is a member of the NDAA and therefore a dementia friendly business.