Just because it’s work, it doesn’t have to be dreary! People’s wellbeing is heavily influenced by their surroundings and considering many people spend more time at work than at home, their workplace environment is fundamental to their health.
That doesn’t just apply to employees. Far from the concrete and bricks we’re accustomed to seeing, you could create an area that uplifts customers, suppliers and visitors as they approach you and your business.
Don’t forget that people have five senses, so it isn’t all about looks either. If people can smell blossoming flowers, feel the shade of a tree as they walk past and hear the birds sing, they are going to feel more positively about you and your business too.
The benefit of teaming with Greener Growth is two-fold. Obviously you get a more inspiring work place. Additionally, as a community interest company the money we raise through commercial projects goes back into the community as funding for deserving projects in for example local schools. Consider your corporate social responsibility ticked off while you enjoy the benefits of nature.
So take another look around you. Could we convert your commercial space? Tell us about it.
We are very pleased to announce that Greener Growth CIC has been awarded SafeContractor accreditation from Alcumus for achieving excellence in health and safety in the workplace. Alcumus SafeContractor is a leading third party accreditation scheme which recognises extremely rigorous standards in health and safety management amongst contractors. It is used by thousands of organisations […]
Working to make housing developments places where wildlife can live too (Photo above: Craig Lee and Paul Hebditch from Greener Growth check on a wild flower area at Riduna Park business park in Melton Picture: Ross Bentley) Ross Bentley | East Anglian Times An event held in Suffolk this week sought to encourage house builders […]
Business leaders in construction and land development have been urged to embrace their important role in conservation across Suffolk. Landowners, council representatives and housing businesses were among those who attended a special event at Riduna Park, in Melton, to hear a rallying call from CIC Greener Growth.
Business park’s new partnership to boost biodiversity suffolkbusiness.co.uk | (Above) Katie Emerson, left and Joannah Metcalfe at Riduna Park (photo: Warren Page) One of Suffolk’s newest business parks is on its way to becoming a welcome natural haven for bats, birds and wildlife, thanks to a special collaboration with a conservation team. The owners of […]