Sustainablity and ethical vision
Building strong relationships with people inside and outside our business is key to delivering our vision for ethics and sustainability and long-term business success. It is important we listen and respond to their concerns, are honest in our expectations and truthful in how we communicate our performance.
Our view is that restoring nature and a focus on preventing biodiversity loss should be at the heart of our Ethics and Sustainability Strategy. We will make choices which protect and restore nature and be mindful of our impact on the planet, all in an effort to create a more sustainable future for generations to come.
When sharing our ethics and sustainability priorities and progress we consider material information to be that which is of greatest interest to, and which has the potential to affect the perception of, those stakeholders who wish to make informed decisions and judgements about our commitment to sustainability. Our key stakeholders are our team members, customers and local communities where we operate, our suppliers, the NHS and campaign groups.
Strong governance of our management and mitigation of our ethics and sustainability risks is critical to ensure we meet and exceed our commitment to be a force for good. This year we will be further considering our responsibility to our clients, our team and the environment we are in.
We are an open and listing company – if you have any ideas on how we can contribute to the UK net carbon challenge, we’d like to hear from you.