Our Commitment

If the 20th Century was about consumption, then the 21st Century must be about preservation. Our collective challenge now is how to maintain our current rate of economic progress, whilst at the same time reducing our consumption. At Panattoni, we recognise our responsibility in making this shift happen.

We believe that low carbon development should be about a ‘way of working’ and not merely a component part of the development process. Our aim is to help you find the optimum balance between environmental protection, social responsibility and financial return.

In conjunction with our customers, we have adopted leading edge carbon reduction technologies to reduce embodied carbon at source and through our suppliers. Over 96% of a standard First Industrial superstructure is capable of being re-cycled.

Beyond the built environment

We believe that our responsibility needs to reach beyond the building form itself and we need to consider carefully the wider impact on the surrounding area.

If that means preserving a natural wildlife habitat, respecting indigenous species or complementing the prevailing architectural style, then that’s what we’ll do.

Low carbon development is now at the heart of good building practice. Not just that, it’s at the heart of long term National and European Policy to arrest and perhaps reverse the effects of excessive energy consumption and climate change.

As a responsible developer, Panattoni is committed to meeting and exceeding its targets at every point in the supply chain and construction process by reducing waste, increasing energy efficiency, lowering levels of embodied carbon, improving systems & procedures and setting minimum standards for all suppliers to follow.

“If ever there was an issue that has fundamentally altered the priorities and practices of the building industry, it’s the Government’s drive towards a low carbon economy”

Fergie Taylor, Head of Project Delivery, Panattoni

Our Commitment

If the 20th Century was about consumption, then the 21st Century must be about preservation. Our collective challenge now is how to maintain our current rate of economic progress, whilst at the same time reducing our consumption. At Panattoni, we recognise our responsibility in making this shift happen.

We believe that low carbon development should be about a ‘way of working’ and not merely a component part of the development process. Our aim is to help you find the optimum balance between environmental protection, social responsibility and financial return.

In conjunction with our customers, we have adopted leading edge carbon reduction technologies to reduce embodied carbon at source and through our suppliers. Over 96% of a standard First Industrial superstructure is capable of being re-cycled.

Beyond the built environment

We believe that our responsibility needs to reach beyond the building form itself and we need to consider carefully the wider impact on the surrounding area.

If that means preserving a natural wildlife habitat, respecting indigenous species or complementing the prevailing architectural style, then that’s what we’ll do.

Low carbon development is now at the heart of good building practice. Not just that, it’s at the heart of long term National and European Policy to arrest and perhaps reverse the effects of excessive energy consumption and climate change.

As a responsible developer, Panattoni is committed to meeting and exceeding its targets at every point in the supply chain and construction process by reducing waste, increasing energy efficiency, lowering levels of embodied carbon, improving systems & procedures and setting minimum standards for all suppliers to follow.

“If ever there was an issue that has fundamentally altered the priorities and practices of the building industry, it’s the Government’s drive towards a low carbon economy”

Fergie Taylor, Head of Project Delivery, Panattoni

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