Boyer has reopened its Midlands office with sustainability at its heart.
Boyer has reopened its Midlands office, based at Cedars Business Park, Normanton on Soar, Loughborough following an expansion and refurbishment with sustainability at its heart.
The office features PV solar panels, biomass heating and EV chargers to help reduce our carbon footprint.
The office has sustainable carpets and flooring made from 65% recycled material and low volatile organic compounds paint. Waste to landfill is minimised through an organised recycling and compostable waste system.
Acknowledging the importance of the circular economy, the office has re-used surplus and refurbished furniture and fittings and the same sustainable principles will be followed when these items come to be replaced.
David Hutchinson, Director and Head of Boyer’s Midlands office said: "We are delighted to be the first of Boyer’s six offices to have undertaken a sustainable re-fit. As planning consultants, we understand the impact brought about by climate change and our work is focused on delivering sustainability through the built environment. So its entirely apt that we used this opportunity for a re-fit to put our strongly-held principles into practice in our own building.
The expansion of this office has also resulted in the creation of the first regional hub to also accommodate our Leaders Romans Group Land Agency and New Homes services in a single office alongside Boyer. This will enable collaboration between these linked services to better serve our clients and to help secure further business growth across the region."