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  1. Sustainability is fundamental to the architectural design process, influencing form, layout, material selection, and system specification. Abell Nepp establishes appropriate environmental considerations at the early stage of each project by engaging and utilizing the expertise and input of all members of the design team.
  2. Together, the Directors of Abell Nepp have experience in designing and delivering buildings with environmental considerations such as the BRE Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) and the understanding of the potential impact on the lifespan of each project, from concept to occupation, and beyond.
  3. We work closely with our clients to further common appropriate environmental objectives and to set a clear brief. Such sustainable features are therefore considered and integrated within the design from the outset.
  4. Abell Nepp has an Office Environmental Impact Procedure explaining the company�s specific practices regarding continual prevention of pollution, reduction of material waste, minimisation of energy/consumables use, and reduction of non-sustainable means of travel. An introduction to this is contained within an Employee Induction Checklist, which ensures new employees are aware of the company�s environmental procedures.
  5. Abell Nepp aims to set, track, and review the success of its goals with regards to the environmental performance of its designs.
  6. Registered architects working at Abell Nepp have a personal responsibility to achieve their compulsory Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements. How this has been achieved is reviewed at individual Annual Staff Appraisals.
  7. As a company, Abell Nepp aim to continually improve their environmental performance, relating to impacts associated with daily activities. Some impacts are not practicably measurable (e.g. paper usage can fluctuate dependent on project specifics), and in these cases the practice instead encourages a culture of environmental care.
  8. This policy is reviewed annually to ensure its objectives are being achieved, that additional objectives set by others (relating to projects) are met, that legislation is met, and the policy is updated as necessary to meet legislative changes.