At McLaren, we take pride in the positive impact our work has on people’s lives and are committed to incorporating sustainability principles in our operations and across our projects.
Our vision is clear
To lead in sustainable property development, set new industry benchmarks, and positively shape the future designs of our cities.
Sustainability Project Delivery Guide
Our bespoke Sustainability Project Delivery Guide, based on global industry standards and guidance is a dynamic tool for our project teams that enables us to embed sustainability in all our projects.
The guide continuously evolves to ensure we stay at the forefront of industry advancements. It is a practical tool for our project teams, including architects and engineers, ensuring that we are continuously facilitating the day-to-day application of our Sustainability Framework.
The Delivery Guide ensures our that our projects align with UK regulatory frameworks and CIBSE guidance. This ensures not just compliance but a constant step towards creating a more sustainable built environment.
Key Points To Lead Change
At McLaren, we create low-carbon solutions and design principles for energy and water efficient buildings. By focusing on on-site renewable energy solutions and promoting sustainable land use, we also enhance biodiversity both on-site and in surrounding areas.
Our design instructions prioritise occupants’ mental and physical health by creating safe and comfortable internal and external environments. We encourage sustainable travel solutions to enhance well-being and offer guidance on monitoring and managing local community impacts, emphasising meaningful stakeholder engagement.
We guide project-specific risk assessments, elemental life cycle costing, and governance across all construction phases. McLaren’s policies support sustainable procurement and integrate reporting principles into the entire delivery process. Additionally, we provide operators with guidance to ensure optimised building performance aligns with best practice.
PBSA / Co-Living | 1,204 beds | Completion 2026
Longwood Close, Coventry will achieve an EPC rating of A and BREEAM “Excellent.”
PBSA | 323 beds | Completion 2025
Talbot Street in Nottingham has en EPC rating of A and BREEAM “Excellent.”
PBSA | 156 beds | Completion 2024
London Road in Brighton has en EPC rating of A and BREEAM “Excellent.”