Green construction: Willmott Dixon targets zero carbon buildings and refurbishments by 2030

Cecilia Keating
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Prime Place in Greenwich, a Willmott Dixon development | Credit: Willmott Dixon
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Prime Place in Greenwich, a Willmott Dixon development | Credit: Willmott Dixon

Construction company outlines plan to achieve zero carbon across its own operations and its building developments by 2030 without the use of carbon offsets

Construction giant Willmott Dixon has today unveiled a set of sweeping new sustainability goals, promising that all its new building and refurbishment projects will be operationally zero carbon by 2030,...

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