As one of the UK’s largest housebuilders, Redrow has a responsibility to meet the aim set by the UK government to achieve Net Zero Carbon by 2050. This is, of course, not an insignificant challenge. Yet we believe that it is also a great opportunity to learn and innovate, and to future-proof the homes and communities we build.
Redrow is proud to support the circular economy, a solution framework that tackles global challenges such as climate change, biodiversity loss, waste, and pollution.
Customers at Great Milton Park in Newport are beginning their journey to net zero with the introduction of air source heat pumps as a trial alternative to traditional gas heating.
Redrow has strengthened its pledge on the UK Green Building Council’s Climate Commitment Platform – reflecting the progress that has taken place since first contributing in 2019.
Redrow will pilot its first gas-free, low-carbon home as part of its drive towards becoming a net-zero business– and in line with its wider sustainability commitments.
As part of its climate change strategy Redrow has announced an ambitious commitment to achieving science-based net-zero emissions by no later than 2050 across its own operations, the homes it builds, and the operations within its supply chain.