'Why wait?' Grosvenor brings forward its carbon neutral goal by five years

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Holbein Gardens, Sloane Square, is being constructed within the net zero carbon buildings framework | Credit:Grosvenor Britain & Ireland
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Holbein Gardens, Sloane Square, is being constructed within the net zero carbon buildings framework | Credit:Grosvenor Britain & Ireland

The property giant says it is on track to achieve net zero by 2030 and aims to be carbon neutral by 2025

Property giant Grosvenor Britain & Ireland has today announced its plans to carbon offset all its corporate emissions, bringing forward its target date for achieving 'carbon neutrality' by five years as...

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