Environmental Policy

Environmental Policy

Beever and Struthers is committed to becoming a truly sustainable business through minimising any adverse effects our activities have on both the local and wider environment. This means having the ability to continue providing our clients with high quality services in ways that enhance the environment.

We aim to:

  • Reduce emissions to levels at which adverse impacts on the environment are avoided.
  • Take resources from the environment at a level that is in balance with the expected rate of regeneration.
  • Do all we can to comply with and, where possible, to exceed statutory obligations.
  • Conserve and protect the environment and, wherever possible, improve it through the services we provide.
  • Operate in a socially responsible manner.
  • Be fully prepared to cope with our operational emergencies that might affect the environment; and
  • lead by example within our region to contributing towards its sustainable development in integrating sustainability into business practice.

To achieve our aims we will:

  • Apply strict quality controls in all we do.
  • Seek to design, operate and maintain our offices to the highest practicable standards in order to meet our environmental objectives.
  • Continuously improve our environmental working practices; and
  • involve stakeholders in our environmental planning, liaising with local groups and individuals where changes to working practices or our office environment may affect them.

The Green Business Membership

Beever and Struthers is proud to be part of The Green Business Membership. The scheme, delivered by Groundwork Manchester, Salford, Stockport Tameside and Trafford (MSSTT), will enable our business to enhance and improve environmental performance and keep us up to date with the latest Environmental, Health and Safety Legislation. Groundwork MSSTT is a federation of not-for-profit trusts who work to inspire and improve local areas, businesses and the lives of local people.

Manchester City Council Environmental Pledge

Beever and Struthers has signed up for Manchester City Council's Environmental Business Pledge, a free advice and award scheme designed to help organisations in Manchester improve their environmental performance and generate cost savings. The scheme provides a structured, focused approach to improving environmental performance and gives organisations the opportunity to gain Bronze, Silver and Gold awards. These can be used to highlight green credentials to customers, employees and suppliers. Beever and Struthers gained the Bronze award from the City Council and we are now working towards the Silver award and hope to achieve this by the end of 2014.

 
Our offices

Manchester
St George's House
215-219 Chester Road
Manchester M15 4JE

T: 00 44 161 832 4901
E: manchester@beeverstruthers.co.uk

 

London
15 Bunhill Row
London EC1Y 8LP


T: 00 44 203 478 8400
E: london@beeverstruthers.co.uk

 
 

Blackburn
Central Buildings
Richmond Terrace
Blackburn BB1 7AP

T: 00 44 1254 686 600
E: blackburn@beeverstruthers.co.uk

 

We are registered to carry on audit work in the UK and Ireland and regulated for a range of investment activities by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. Charles MacMillan is licensed to act as an Insolvency Practitioner in the UK by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. Details about our audit registration can be viewed at auditregister.org.uk for the UK and at cro.ie/auditors for Ireland (reference number 5386251). Our statutory audit work is subject to the Audit Regulations and Guidance issued by ICAEW, International Standards on Auditing (UK and Ireland) and the Auditing Practices Board’s Ethical Standards promulgated by the Financial Reporting Council of Aldwych House, 71-91 Aldwych, London WC2B 4HN.

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