In cooperation with the independent data company, Statista, the FT has revealed details of impressive corporate progress in fighting climate change, and Redrow is in good company.
Redrow has won its first ever Global Good Award for social and environmental sustainability.
Redrow’s South Midlands division have excelled in designing a new state-of-the-art community centre, which is classified as a Zero Carbon building.
Last week, Saxon Square received an outstanding achievement and certificate of excellence from the Considerate Constructors Scheme. The site has complied with the Scheme's Code of Considerate Practice by achieving a score of 8 or above in each of the five sections (Appearance, Community, Environment, Safety and Workforce).
At Redrow Head Office, we’ve been working with our environmental solutions company Veolia to look into ways we can better manage our office waste.
The future of waste management and its impact on the environment was the focus at a meeting in London. Redrow is a participating member of the Home Builders Federation (HBF) Waste Group, which was set up for housebuilders to share best practice and discuss ways to manage construction waste in a way that safeguards the environment and reduces costs for developers.
Redrow has achieved a BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment ‘Very Good’ rating for the redevelopment of the 17-storey iconic Blake Tower. The Grade II listed tower block forms part of London's Brutalist Barbican Estate and was built in 1968 by architects Chamberlin, Powell and Bon, who also designed the Barbican Estate in the 1950s.
Redrow Homes South Wales took to the banks of the river Taff last weekend to take part in the Great Taff Tidy. Armed with bin bags and litterpickers, around 300 volunteers, including 17 staff members from the Redrow Homes South Wales Office, turned out to help clean up the Taff and its surrounding area.
Second only to doctor’s surgeries – 98% of people say high-speed broadband is most important factor for social well-being in their community.