Real estate company British Land said it has cut its commercial tenants’ energy costs by £6.9 million over the last five years.
On Friday it announced carbon emissions fell by 37,000 tonnes across its portfolio since 2009. It has a 2015 target of emitting 40% less than 2009.
As for waste, the firm is on its way to “zero waste” next year, diverting 93% away from landfill according to the report.
A whopping 25 million sq ft of retail space is run by British Land across 66 retail parks, 85 superstores, 15 shopping centres, 12 department stores and 77 leisure sites.
British Land cuts tenants’ energy costs by £6.9m