Telford Homes is pleased to announce the release of its Sustainability Report 2020.
The comprehensive report not only outlines the businesses achievements in sustainability over the past year, but also sets out its ambitions for the decade in a roadmap, targeting to be a net zero carbon company by 2030.
The report is the next stage in the company’s ‘Building a Living Legacy’ sustainability strategy, first developed in 2016, which continues to embed within the business in order to improve the quality of life for customers, enhance local communities, manage risk and deliver value for investors.
- 7 schemes in the mayoral opportunities areas
- 72% of supply chain spend with small and medium-sized enterprises
- £45.4m of supply chain spend with businesses registered in London boroughs
- 31% reduction on our site CO2 intensity
- 98% of waste diverted from landfill
- 16% reduction of water usage in new homes
- 13% of spend invested in modern methods of construction
- 40% targeted reduction in CO2 in new homes
- 100% new build schemes benefit from low carbon or renewable technologies
- 2nd place in NextGeneration Sustainable Housebuilder rankings
- 99% of customers would recommend us to a friend
- 11th Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) award
Jon Di-Stefano, Chief Executive Officer at Telford Homes comments: “We have set ourselves the ambitious target of being a net zero carbon company by 2030. There is a lot to do to achieve that aim, but having the target will underpin our licence to operate and help us to be the partner of choice for our stakeholders.”