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Bailey Partnership pledges to be carbon neutral by 2030

By TBM Team
4 November 2021
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Climate conscious construction consultancy Bailey Partnership has pledged to become carbon-neutral and deliver all projects to “Net Zero” by 2030, in a bid to reduce the construction industry’s carbon footprint. The consultancy has six offices spreading from Kent to Cornwall.

Renowned as one of the biggest contributors to the UK’s carbon footprint, the construction industry is responsible for around 38% of all CO2 emissions in the UK.

Partner Steve Demuth explains:

“Whilst many see Net Zero as adding cost to a project, if it is built into a project from the outset these costs can be reduced with the added benefit of lower operational costs and add value to the asset”. 

About Bailey Partnership

Bailey Partnership is behind an eco-friendly design for a new start-up office building with complimentary light industrial units at City Business Park for Plymouth City Council. The scheme is strictly targeting Net Zero and BREEAM Excellent. The building will replace the recently demolished Computer Complex building to ensure that the site can continue to offer the sought-after facilities.


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