Net carbon reduction

We are committed to playing our part in addressing the global climate crisis, with a focus on carbon reduction. We recognise that the building and construction industry accounts for approximately 40% of the world’s carbon emissions and are determined to reduce its impact on the environment.

Our ambition is to be operationally carbon neutral by 2025, a commitment that demonstrates the company’s dedication to reducing carbon emissions and its contribution to the global effort to mitigate the effects of climate change.

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Doing the right thing for the people and the planet

The UN warns that it is ‘now or never’ to limit global warming to 1.5oC, requiring deep emission reductions across all sectors. Without this we will see irreversible change to our planet. We recognise our role in this effort and are committed to doing our part.

How we can have an impact

  • Work to reduce our consumption of energy and to procure and generate fuels and electricity sustainably, implementing savings opportunities that benefit our customers, and our planet.
  • Embrace an industry-leading approach to low-carbon enabled, energy-efficient spaces, investing in innovative technology, ensuring our spaces are fit for the future.
  • Complete a lifecycle assessment for all new developments to identify our carbon hotspots and drive decarbonisation in construction and operation.
  • Set a responsible offsetting strategy that seeks to invest in projects that will remove carbon from the atmosphere.

News & Insights


St. Modwen Logistics, one of the UK’s leading logistics developers and managers, has let a 43,000 sq ft unit to ingredients production company Plant-Ex at St. Modwen Park Access 18 Avonmouth.


St. Modwen Logistics, one of the UK’s leading logistics developers and managers, has appointed Adam Haley to role of Director in its Portfolio and Asset Management team.


St. Modwen Logistics are incredibly proud to have won three awards at this year’s CoStar Impact Awards


Porterbrook, the UK’s leading rolling stock financier and asset management company, has agreed a deal with St Modwen to acquire the freehold of the Long Marston Rail Innovation Centre in Warwickshire.