McLaren has won the ‘Site Resource Use’ award for its work on the Whiteley Village Shopping Centre, Fareham, from the UK’s leading Commercial Property owner.

The British Land Awards celebrate environmental, economic and social contributions to communities across the country. Now in their ninth year, this year the awards focus on managing buildings efficiently, supporting communities, developing sustainable buildings, exceeding customers’ expectations and engaging staff.

McLaren is committed to recycling and reusing waste material on all of its sites where possible. On this particular project 60,600 tonnes of brick, tarmac, concrete and day to day materials were reused on site saving 5,300 lorry journeys and 7,000 tonnes has been sent off site for recycling. A total of 98% of waste has been recycled and reused on site.

Over 80 guests from around the UK attended the London event, representing British Land’s office and retail properties, new building projects and its partners including suppliers, contractors, occupiers and local communities.

Adrian Penfold, British Land’s Head of Planning and Corporate Responsibility said ’ We are proud to recognise these inspiring examples of how sustainability lies at the heart of our business operations and how much can be achieved by working together.’

Left – Right; Kevin Freeman, Senior Project Manager McLaren and Charles Maudsley, Executive Director and Head of Retail British Land

McLaren Wins British Land Award