Sustainability


Our aim in Grosvenor Britain & Ireland is to create places that are fit for the future where communities, business and nature thrive. To achieve that, we put commercial, social and environmental outcomes on an equal footing.

Four core goals provide the pillars of our approach to sustainability. They create a framework for us to deliver lasting value for our residents, tenants, customers and partners.  

  • Zero carbon: By 2030 we will achieve net zero carbon operational emissions from all our directly managed buildings alongside measuring, reporting on and significantly reducing, the carbon emissions embodied in our supply chain, development and tenant activity.
  • Eradicating waste: We will eradicate waste from buildings and developments in our control by 2030. By working with our customers and stakeholders, we will eradicate waste from communities where we operate by 2050.
  • Valuing nature: By 2030 our standing portfolio and largest development sites will have achieved a significant net biodiversity gain contributing to local, regional and national conservation priorities. 
  • Bringing our partners with us: Through collaboration, innovation and supportive networks, all strategic suppliers must meet the minimum standards in our Supply Chain Charter.

Click here to view our Environmental Sustainability Policy.

Watch the video below to find out more about our Supply Chain Charter. 

The Year we Revalued What’s Valuable


Can 2020 be the year that a $228tn sector started to lead the way in wholescale system change? To celebrate World Earth Day, read James Raynor’s article on how we bounce forward green.

Creating a sustainable future


On 28 January 2020, James Raynor, the Chief Executive of Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, gave a speech at Bidwells' Sustainable Futures conference.

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