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With that in mind, it gives us pleasure to announce the publication of our 15th annual Sustainability Report, which comes at a time when we are making tremendous progress in implementing our growth strategy.
Ours is the house building sectors’ longest running report and it highlights our contribution to the creation and improvement of residential communities. Our approach, which is verified by RPS Planning and Development, is measured against clearly defined sustainability objectives that are informed by our company values, stakeholder feedback and current and emerging related indices.
The Report confirms sustainability remains a key focus for the business. Countryside endeavours to ensure that all key performance indicators show continued improvement, despite the growing complexity and range of our sustainability objectives and emerging regulatory and policy changes.
Our latest report highlights that we are making great progress with 90% of our sustainability objectives achieved (compared to 86% in 2014) and we made £2.9m sustainability-related savings during 2015. As RPS note in their verification statement, ‘Countryside has made good progress against its core set of objectives and quantitative key performance indicators (KPIs), particularly with regard to its continued solid performance against the recognised industry standards such as Code for Sustainable Homes; SAP ratings and the Company’s Accident Incident Rate. Positive progress has also been made this year with regard to the Customer Care satisfaction ratings and the company’s ranking in the peer group benchmarking index Next Generation.’
Highlights from our 2015 report include:
For further information, please download the Sustainability Report. We hope you find the Report helpful and welcome your feedback via email@example.com We will develop our longer-term vision taking into account stakeholder feedback.
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