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Environmental, social, and governance

Taking responsibility: Trafalgar House’s ESG Policy for a sustainable and ethical future.

Our commitments

We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint and mitigating the impact of our business on the environment. With this goal in mind, we successfully achieved carbon neutral status in July 2023.
We are committed to creating a positive social impact through ethical business practices, diversity and inclusion, and community engagement.
We are committed to upholding highest standards of corporate governance, transparency, and accountability in all our operations and decision-making processes.

Sustainable and responsible business

Our ESG Policy is not just a piece of paper, but a framework that guides us in our journey towards sustainable and responsible business practices. We believe that Trafalgar House should not only be focused on financial performance, but also on the broader impact that we have on the world around us.

With our ESG Policy, we have set clear commitments and goals that we will work towards, and we have specific actions and metrics in place to track our progress. By doing so, we are not only fulfilling our responsibility to the planet and society, but we are also building trust with our clients, team, business partners, and stakeholders.

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We’re proud to announce that together with Planet Mark, we are a Carbon Neutral Business.  

In line with internationally recognised PAS 2060 specifications, achieving a Carbon Neutral status demonstrates our ongoing commitment to reducing our impact on the planet and society. This is done through continuous carbon reduction and investment in accredited carbon offset programmes to mitigate our carbon footprint. 

We want to continue to have a positive impact through our business and hope that we can empower our community to take climate action. 

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Prioritising ESG is not only the right thing to do, but it also makes good business sense. By integrating environmental, social, and governance considerations into our operations, we can manage risks, reduce costs, and enhance our reputation. Our ESG policy guides us in operating sustainably and responsibly, and we are committed to driving positive change and building a better future for all. Garry Wake
Managing Director
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We’ve already achieved the Planet Mark, which recognises our commitment to continuous improvement in sustainability. We’re actively measuring and reducing our carbon emissions, energy and water consumption, travel, and waste to ensure we’re doing our part for the environment. With our sights set on reaching net zero by the end of 2023, we’re dedicated to creating a sustainable future for all Daniel Taylor
Client Director
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We’re proud to be a certified living wage employer. This means that we have made a commitment to pay all our employees a wage that is sufficient to meet their basic needs and allow them to live with dignity. We believe that fair pay is not just a moral obligation, but also a sound business practice that helps us attract and retain top talent and build a more resilient and sustainable workforce. Lisa Beckett
HR & Office Manager
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