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Telereal Trillium's responsibility to make a social and environmental contribution

We believe that if we act responsibility across all aspects of our operations, Telereal Trillium will make a strong social and environmental contribution, as well as deliver sustainable financial performance.

Our corporate responsibility policy is to create a positive legacy from our business activities, across the extended Telereal Trillium community, through active engagement and responsible business practices.

We are committed to creating a strong ethos throughout the company, respecting people and the environment. We aim to be a great company to work for and to work with, and conduct our business in a responsible way that balances the needs of all our stakeholders.

Community and neighbourhoods – We seek to make a positive contribution to the local neighbourhoods in which we work and in the wider community.

Customers – Our aim is to take responsibility for providing best practice levels of service so occupiers and clients chose us as their business partner, and are happy to act as advocates for us.

Employees – We aim to have highly engaged employees who are proud to work for Telereal Trillium.

Environment – We take responsibility for the environment in which we operate through use of good practice procedures and innovation

Health, safety and wellbeing – We are committed to taking every reasonable step to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees.

Suppliers – Our aim is to work closely with suppliers whose values mirror our own and for them to view us as a good company to do business with.

Use the navigation on the left to find out more about our activities in each of these areas.

Environment

» Targets for 2016/2017

Each year we set ourselves stretching corporate responsibility targets to drive positive improvements and change. Below are the current year’s targets.

A capital experience case study

» Case study: A Capital Experience

In December 2014, Telereal Trillium hosted a group of 18 students and teachers from Tytherington School in Macclesfield, to give them a taste of working life and help boost their employability skills.