Sustainability Statement

Sustainability Statement

Principles

As well as having many opportunities, Greenspan also faces the challenges impacting on us and our stakeholders by our commitment to the welfare of the planet. These have been prioritized as follows:

  • Resourcing of materials
  • Reducing our contribution to carbon footprint
  • Climate change
  • Health and safety
  • Financial solvency

Our Ability and Duty to Act

Greenspan accepts its responsibility to use the planet’s resources wisely, but, as doing so, still providing our clients with enduring and compelling experiences.

We also accept that we can make a positive human impact on the wide spectrum of people we come into contact with.

Our attention to environmental, social and economic responsibility includes working within the law and exceeding legal requirements so as to be innovative and demonstrate leadership on the issues which are important to us and our stakeholders. In all our operations, we can choose daily in many ways how our actions can build a better quality of life for all we come into contact with.

Objectives

  • To minimize environmental impacts: a/ Waste b/ Water c/ Energy/ Air quality/Emissions.
  • To give back to communities by volunteering and donating resources of time and material.
  • To ensure our supply chain is committed to sustainability, together with responsible social and environmental practices. This includes using only materials (timber, etc)from sustainable sources.
  • To create innovative approaches to minimise negative environmental impacts, improve economic profitability, and integrate social elements positively.

Commitment

Greenspan is committed to setting physical and measurable goals against these objectives and to report on progress towards these goals at 6 monthly intervals.

Signed
Peter Morton
Chairman, Greenspan Projects

Latest Project

Queen Elizabeth Country Park Assault Course

About the Project:

Hampshire County Council’s Queen Elizabeth Country Park is set within the picturesque South Downs near Petersfield, Hampshire.

Greenspan worked with Hampshire County Council to undertake some exciting improvements at Hampshire’s largest country park as part of the ‘Forts and Fleets’ project. Funded by Hampshire County Council’s Country Parks Transformation Programme and the Armed Forces Covenant Fund, ‘Forts and Fleets’ aims to bring military and civilian communities closer together through a shared love of nature and the great outdoors. See the Assult Course Map Here.

We love to create bespoke outdoor spaces so we were really excited to be involved in such a great project! We worked on four main areas including a new play space, an assault course, community space, and a dog agility trail.