Regency Estate Management is conscious of the role that property management companies can play in the introduction and implementation of policies that create sustainable buildings. We seek to ensure that, when agreeing policies for properties that we manage, consideration is given to the four principles of sustainability summarised by the RICS, and how they might be applied to each building, as follows:
Protection of the environment.
Promotion of access to services for the benefit of all.
Prudent use of scarce resources.
Production of a healthy local economy, including high levels of employment.
Examples may include:
Protecting the environment by maximising the use of resources and minimising waste. We strive to ensure that each building that we manage has efficient and effective recycling provisions and that any site staff are conscious of the savings that can be made if resources are recycled.
Protecting the environment by ensuring that, wherever possible, environmentally friendly products are used both day to day tasks and more major projects.
Formulating policies for using energy efficiently, such as the use of energy efficient lighting, movement sensors and, where possible, green energy tariffs.
Promoting the recruitment of staff from the local community, the use of local contractors and promoting the use of local trade.
We believe the promotion of sustainibility to be a matter for ongoing review and we undertake to keep our property managers up to date, through circulation bulletins and guidance documents, on the latest techniques and good practices for maintaining a sustainable environment.
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