Stephen Webster is first winner of Grosvenor sustainability prize
Contemporary high-end jeweller Stephen Webster is the first winner of property giant Grosvenor's Sustainability Award.
The Mount Street, Mayfair, jeweller becomes the first winner in a new scheme that celebrates sustainability leadership in Grosvenor’s Mayfair and Belgravia property portfolio.
The winning submission “highlighted the company’s past, present and future commitments to sustainability”.
The award, which reflects “the increasing opportunity for landlords and occupiers to partner to build a better, more sustainable future” includes a prize of a year’s supply of green energy worth up to £10,000 and £3,000 towards a digital advertising campaign to be created with Grosvenor.
A runner up award was also given to My Wardrobe, the luxury fashion rental and resale platform, with its plans to reduce waste by 50% within five years.
Grosvenor executive director, London Estate, Amelia Bright commented: “Delivering on our environmental commitments relies heavily on partnership with our tenants. We wanted to build a way to celebrate the huge strides made by our tenants to help make Mayfair and Belgravia London’s most sustainable neighbourhoods.”
Stephen Webster added: “For several years we have focused on being as sustainable and responsible as possible across all our business practices. Our green team, led by our Head of Global Marketing & Sustainability, Samantha Chapman, work tirelessly on this mission and to make sure our clients are part of the journey.”
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