Our Environmental Impact

As part of the MHA network, we are committed to becoming a Net Zero organisation by 2030.

Sustainability and the Journey to Net Zero will be a real challenge for businesses over the coming years. There will be be significant risk and opportunity brought not just by climate change but all environmental, social and governance factors. ESG will become a key element of all business related decision making. 

At COP26, global leaders agreed the Glasgow Climate Pact, securing a near-global net zero target, with over 90% of world GDP now subject to net zero commitments. The focus at COP27 was on getting countries to be transparent in their plans to turn these pledges into action.

The UK government has issued ambitious plans to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to be become a Net Zero economy by 2050. To support this ambition, the UK will become the first country in the world to make Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) aligned disclosures fully mandatory across the economy by 2025, going beyond the ‘comply or explain’ approach.

Our Net Zero Journey

Here are our first 5 key steps which we aim to achieve by April 2023:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Measure and set our carbon baseline and communicate reductions targets for Scope 1 and 2

Understand our stakeholders carbon footprints to help us develop our Scope 3 reduction targets

Undertake our mandatory compliance ESOS Phase 3 Reporting

Continue to make eco-friendly changes to our working practices

External communication on our commitment to Net Zero

Find out more about the key elements of our ESG strategy

Learn more about the main pillars of our ESG approach.

Societal Impact

Our strategy aims to positively impact communities, promote diversity, and protect employee well-being.


We are committed to being transparent and fair, and building relationships with key stakeholders who share our values for positive change.

Our latest ESG insights

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