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Andy Haigh. Credit: Grosvenor Britain & Ireland

Grosvenor Appoints Director of Climate Positive Solutions

Grosvenor Britain & Ireland has appointed Andy Haigh as Director of Climate Positive Solutions to lead on the achievement of its 2030 net zero carbon goals.

Previously Andy was Senior Sustainability Manager, Canary Wharf Contractors where he achieved board approval for progressive science-based targets and led on their signing of the BBP Climate Change Commitment.  Before this he held a range of sustainability roles at Sir Robert McAlpine, leading the team between 2017 and 2019.

Tor Burrows, Executive Director of Sustainability & Innovation at Grosvenor Britain & Ireland said: “Meeting the climate challenge will ensure the long-term success of the places we manage and the communities we work with.

“Our ambitious goals can only be achieved through partnership with occupiers, suppliers, peers and policy makers. Andy’s collaborative approach and expertise will help us accelerate and adapt our response.”

Andy Haigh, added “Never before has the climate emergency been more apparent, and never before has the demand for action been greater. Grosvenor has risen to this challenge by setting a bold commitment to being net zero carbon by 2030 and climate positive by 2050. A commitment which brings their suppliers, tenants and broader community with them on the journey. I am excited about the opportunity to help them fulfil this industry leading ambition.”


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