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We are proud to have been mentioned in one of our event management partners recent articles.

The View (The Royal College of Surgeons):

Not only are they transforming the building into a bright and modern space to suit all needs for fantastic events and gatherings, The View are also working hard to future-proof the space and become more sustainable. During the redesign, the team of architects and engineers applied the innovative methodology to the workings of the building.

As a result of these initiatives, The View are delighted to announce that we’re on track for BREEAM Excellence Certification.

Innovative methodology includes:

  • 111 solar power panels installed across the building
  • Sensor controlled lights in each space help contribute towards energy efficiency
  • 100% timber used on site FSC-accredited to ensure it meets the highest environmental and social standards of forestry are met
  • 98.5% of total waste is recycled with a recycling point of every office floor
  • No waste goes to landfill. Waste is separated into general, recyclable (card/metal/plastic), food and glass, batteries and print toners.

Food and drinks sustainability:

Searcys’ principles of sourcing and preparing food sustainably are followed through in the menus and style of service. In-keeping with Searcys sustainability pledges, they source the best ingredients available, working closely with British farmers and local producers. The company uses UK-reared fresh meat, flour milled in England, free-range eggs and milk from Red Tractor-certified farms. In addition, all tea and coffee is Fairtrade or Direct Impact-sourced, with coffee beans coming from family-run farms in South America.

  • Table water is bottled on site to reduce carbon emissions in transporting bottles
  • Only top quality, sustainable produce is used in all recipes. using only British eggs, meat and poultry
  • Searcys’ is proud to hold the top three star accreditation from SRA
  • Only use pole and line-caught tuna is sourced, which is a sustainable fishing method used to catch tuna, one fish at a time
  • Their tea is ethically and responsibly sourced, while coffee comes from an organic cooperative of smallholders in Peru and from family-run estates in Guatemala and Columbia