Camden Business Sustainability Awards 2017

News – Thursday, April 27th, 2017
Winners of Camden Sustainability Business Awards 2017

 

At the recent Camden Business Sustainability Awards Camden Council recognised and celebrated the borough’s businesses who are leading the way to achieving environmental sustainability for the good of the borough and wider community.

The evening brought together Camden’s business and other organisations with the launch of CCCA Annual Report 2016 the  and presentation of its ‘Marks of Achievement’ certification scheme 2016.

As well as announcing the winners in the seven categories, attendees had the opportunity to listen to keynote speakers Leonie Cooper (Chair of the London Assembly’s Environment Committee) and Matthew Bell (Chief Executive – Committee on Climate Change) who highlighted the opportunities and challenges facing Camden on its environmental journey.

This year’s winners are:

Category
Winners
 
Excellence in energy efficiency and carbon reduction

Sponsored by ASOS (presented by Seani Armitage, Corporate Responsibility Coordinator)

Highly Commended – The Wesley Hotel

Winner – Eleanor Palmer School (see photo)

 Award 5-Energy efficiency winner
Excellence in improving air quality

Sponsored by Wellcome Trust (presented by Douglas Ward, Building Services manager)

Highly Commended – The Fitzrovia Partnership

Winner – Colyer Group (see photo)

Award 2-air quality winner
Excellence in waste management and recycling

Sponsored by Fitzrovia Partnership (presented by Siobhan Foster, Business Engagement Manager)

Highly Commended – MidCity Place

Winner – Colyer Group (see photo)

Award 1- waste management winner
Excellence in water resource management

Presented by Stephen McKinnell, Board member – CCCA

Highly Commended – Friends House (London) Hospitality Ltd

Winner – The Wesley Hotel (see photo)

Award 7-water management winner
Excellence in biodiversity management

Sponsored by Euston Town

Presented by Councillor Meric Apak, Cabinet Member for Sustainability and Environment

Highly Commended – Kings Cross (Argent LLP and Kings Cross Estate Services)

Winner – Alara Wholefoods Ltd (see photo)

Award 3-biodiversity winner
Best employee engagement initiative

Sponsored by The Wesley (presented by John Nyota, CEO)

Highly Commended – The Roundhouse Trust

Winner – Troup Bywaters + Anders (see photo)

Award 4-employee engagement winner
Leadership in green procurement

Sponsored by ASOS (presented by Seani Armitage, Corporate Responsibility Coordinator)

Highly Commended – UCL

Winner – The Fitzrovia Partnership (see photo)

Award 6-Green procurement winner
Outstanding Contribution to Environmental Sustainability – large business

Presented by Councillor Meric Apak, Cabinet Member for Sustainability and Environment

University College London (see photo) Award 8-outstanding contribition large B
Outstanding Contribution to Environmental Sustainability – small business
Colyer Group Colyer Group electric

We would like to say a big thank you to all business and organisation in Camden who entered this prestigious awards. And at the same time, we would like to congratulate those who efforts and achievements lead them to win an award and indeed, to be shorlisted, as only those who managed to demonstrate their hard work towards achieving sustainability were shortlisted. See all shortlisted entries below.

Shortlisted entries:

Excellence in energy efficiency and carbon reduction 

  • Eleanor Palmer School
  • Keepmoat
  • The Wesley (Hotel and Conference Centre)
  • University College London Hospitals
  • University College London

Excellence in improving air quality

  • Addison Lee
  • Battle McCarthy
  • Colyer Group
  • The Fitzrovia Partnership
  • King’s Cross (Argent LLP and King’s Cross Estate Services)

Excellence in waste management and recycling

  • MidCity Place
  • Colyer Group
  • The Francis Crick Institute
  • UCLH

Excellence in water resource management

  • The Wesley (Hotel and Conference Centre)
  • Friends House (London) Hospitality Ltd

Excellence in biodiversity management

  • Alara Wholefoods Ltd
  • King’s Cross (Argent LLP and King’s Cross Estate Services)

Best employee engagement initiative

  • Clean Break
  • The Roundhouse Trust
  • Troup Bywaters + Anders

Leadership in green procurement 

  • Keepmoat
  • The Fitzrovia Partnership
  • UCL