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05 June 2019

Redrow achieves BREEAM certification for the sustainable refurbishment of Blake Tower

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.

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28 May 2019

Advancing Net-Zero Carbon, what does it mean for housebuilding?

Most sectors of the economy will need to dramatically cut their emissions to achieve Net Zero by 2050 including housebuilding, as 14% of UK greenhouse gas emissions come from domestic dwellings.

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02 April 2019

Innovative re-use of waste materials in the North West Division

Redrow aims to continually improve in the field of waste management and in particular, the proportion of waste sent to landfill. Our North West Division sets a good example for others to follow and through implementing circular economy practices; they have been able to benefit both environmentally and financially.

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26 March 2019

Redrow achieves Five Star customer satisfaction award

More than 90% of Redrow customers would recommend the leading housebuilder to a friend

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15 March 2019

Communities to benefit from launch of unique social value calculator

Measuring the social value added to a community through new developments can be quite a challenging concept to grasp. And perhaps you may question why you would even need to place an economic value on people’s happiness when you’d expect this to already be of paramount importance in the decision making process.

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12 March 2019

Redrow encourages the reuse of wood in line with Circular Economy Principles

Redrow Homes have been working with The Community Wood Recycling Scheme to increase the reuse of waste wood.

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