Healthy Workplace Our office has a strict no smoking policy that we respectfully ask all staff to abide by. Smoking is also not permitted within 3 metres of the main building entrance. Mineral water, herbal teas, fresh fruits and healthy snacks are provided for staff free of charge to encourage healthy eating practices and adequate […]
Black Mountain Partners adopts the systems thinking strategies of the Circular Economy and Cradle to Cradle in the initial selection of our Developments and subsequently in their design, delivery and ongoing operation, right through to re-purposing or demolition later in the building’s life.
For ‘IEQ’ we take guidance from both LEED and WELL certification systems, while recognising that the latter offers a more expansive interpretation of the subject.
Recycling, construction waste management and both building and product life cycle considerations form part of our materials & resources strategy.
We are committed to following the World Green Building Council Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment that states all buildings within our portfolio should be Net Zero Carbon by 2030 at the latest.
We recently carried out a workplace survey amongst our staff and used those results to create and implement an action plan that can then be monitored over the coming months. The core themes that emerged were around indoor air quality, biophilia, active lifestyle and mental wellness.
We have recently implemented a comprehensive series of social enterprise partnerships as part of our community outreach program, many of these changes also have a positive impact on creating a healthy office too.
Green & healthy buildings specialist Matt Morley leads the ESG strategy within the Black Mountain Partners team.
Twin & Earth on sustainability at 68 King William Street, London developed by Black Mountain Partners
Profile on Tony Scholes, Design & Construction Director, discussing his career highlights, current property market trends and his development strategy for 68 King William Street