We recognise that our activities have a direct impact upon the wellbeing of our employees, customers, suppliers, and the wider community. We also understand that our purchasing practices will impact on communities regionally, nationally and globally.
We strive for continuous improvement in our performance by providing training and raising awareness among employees, listening and responding to stakeholders, and actively supporting and taking part in social responsibility projects and initiatives. We encourage our team to get involved in our local community, through fundraising events and awareness campaigns. We continually monitor and report on our social responsibility performance to ensure we consistently exceed our statutory obligations on employment, health and safety and the environment.
Over the years, we have supported a number of charities through a variety of fundraising activities and events. In 2016, we supported Warrington Disability Partnership, which for over 24 years has been developing and delivering mobility and independent living services, and supporting disabled people and people living with long term health conditions.
In 2017, Claremont has chosen to support two charities. Our team in the North West has nominated Coffee4Craig, a charity that provides support and outreach services to homeless people in Manchester, Salford and Cardiff. With over 50 volunteers, the charity operates a food bank, 4 street kitchens and a network that supports and helps over 200 people each week.
Our team in London and the South West has nominated the Julian Trust, which provides a night shelter for homeless people every night in Bristol. Staffed by volunteers, the shelter offers food for around 100 people and 18 beds as well as a bathroom, toilets and shower facilities. The charity has been running for over 30 years, and has helped countless people since it was founded in 1986.
We have a number of exciting fundraising activities planned over the course of the coming year, including the Yorkshire 3 Peaks challenge, which our intrepid charity team will be tackling in September.
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Claremont has created a truly first class training environment and has realised our vision perfectly. We’re particularly thankful for the support they’ve shown to the project as a whole and the contributions that both Claremont, and their supply chain have made.
I am delighted with the work completed in Leeds and Birmingham, creating two contemporary and bright working environments to support our commercial objectives. The team have successfully incorporated our corporate branding into the design and created an enjoyable place to work.
There is no other floor plate of 35,000 sq ft in the city and the occupational and cost-efficiencies of this, as opposed to splitting a team over two or three floors, are significant – probably around 15% of the total occupier costs. We think those figures will chime with FDs in this market.
This new space is set to greatly improve the way we work as a whole. Claremont has helped us make effective use of every square foot and delivered a space which supports us in our bid for a more collaborative style of working.
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