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Lucion Delta-Simons Ltd has advised Hermes for over 22 years on a range of environmental issues. Their team holds an impressive depth of knowledge and experience, which added to their commercial understanding, makes Lucion Delta-Simons Ltd an invaluable member of our project team.

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Bransby Horses is avidly committed to ensuring a responsible, resourceful and compassionate approach to reducing our environmental impact. Our vision to promote a healthier environment includes the advancement of conservation and sustainability through a variety of channels. We are proud to be working in conjunction with Lucion Delta-Simons Ltd to provide a safe and ecological environment which can be enjoyed for future generations.

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Sustainability Reporting FAQs

The first step is to assess current sustainability performance and reporting practises. Conducting a gap analysis can identify areas for improvement and help develop a roadmap for compliance and beyond. Our sustainability reporting specialists can help you through the process from cradle to grave. 

Developing sustainability reports, website content, and other communications materials can effectively share progress and achievements with stakeholders.  

Working with our sustainability reporting specialists, we can help you craft compelling and transparent communications with confidence. 

Reporting frequency varies by regulation and framework. For example, SECR reporting is required annually, while ESOS assessments are conducted every four years.  

Developing a sustainability reporting calendar can help ensure timely compliance. 

The specific data requirements depend on the reporting frameworks and regulations applicable to the business.  

Common data points include energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, water usage, and waste generation. Establishing robust data collection processes ensures accuracy and completeness. 

Sustainability reporting offers numerous benefits beyond compliance. It can identify operational efficiencies, reduce costs, manage risks, and enhance reputation with stakeholders.  

Setting and communicating sustainability targets can help you drive innovation and attract investment. 

Various regulations can apply depending on business size, sector, and location. Key UK regulations include Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR), the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), and the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).  

Our sustainability reporting specialists help you identify which regulations are relevant to your specific business and ensure full compliance. 

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