This includes our sustainable development, which is well ahead of regulatory requirements, and is focused on balancing the following priorities:
1. Maximising sustainable growth
2. Being a good corporate citizen
3. Protecting and enhancing the environment
In practice, this means that achieving profits is balanced with acting professionally and being well and ethically managed. It also means that we are committed to achieving the highest levels of safety performance, while providing a good workplace, where everyone is respected and treated fairly, and have access to high standards of welfare, training and development.
We are committed to engaging positively with local communities and other stakeholders, and seek to minimise impact on neighbours and the public at all times. Minimising waste and reducing our carbon footprint is also key to improving our environmental credentials.
You can find out more about our employee volunteering scheme, and how we provide work and training opportunities for young unemployed and save road miles by barging waste materials in London by checking out our sustainable development report.
This report is published annually and provides a more comprehensive overview of our achievements and targets.