Our Reporting

Balancing Relationships

Achieving this balance is dependent on the inter-relationship between four key considerations:-

Product & Urban Design
  • Home energy efficiency and designed water consumption
  • The impacts of the materials we use
  • End of life reuse considerations
  • Storage and amenity space
  • Street and parking design
Ecological Design
  • Conservation and enhancement of flora, fauna and green space
  • Sustainable Urban Drainage
  • Sustainable transport initiatives
Cooperation & Collaboration
  • National level with Government and industry focus groups
  • Local level with Planning Authorities – to support the growth of thriving sustainable communities
Dialogue and Partnership

Understanding the needs and behaviours of:

  • Local communities
  • Our customers
  • Manufacturers and suppliers
  • Government and agencies
  • Sub-contractors
  • Financial institutions
   
Boundaries

Our reporting focusses on areas of impact across our value chain, recognising that some of the most significant impacts from house building arise both upstream and downstream of our own operations.   We are working towards developing a greater focus and influence on these ‘indirect’ impacts as we develop and enhance our sustainability strategy; although our current attention is principally on our own operations as we begin to embed sustainability throughout the business.  The scope of our reporting covers Redrow Group and all divisions of Redrow Homes Ltd, encompassing all of our operations including land purchasing, remediation, planning and design, construction, sales, and administrative processes.

Our carbon footprint disclosure includes all of the emission sources required under the Companies Act 2006 (Strategic Report and Directors’ Report) Regulations 2013.  These sources fall within our consolidated financial statement and we do not have responsibility for any emission sources that are not included in our consolidated statement.