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We pride ourselves on working with our planet’s only mass-volume renewable building material – timber, the solution to achieving net zero carbon targets. It is ecological and sustainable and a truly remarkable structural material

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We support the #TimeforTimber campaign which explains how timber construction can help support the economy and help us reach our net zero carbon targets by 2050. Have a look at the campaign video and listen to what some of the industry’s leading experts have to say on the subject. You can read more about the campaign at timefortimber.org


Our approach to sustainability

When it comes to a sustainable built environment, material choices matter. Wood is a natural, renewable and sustainable material for building, with a lighter carbon footprint than steel or concrete, providing sustainable building solutions.

  • Maximizing wood use in both residential and commercial construction will remove millions of tons of CO2 from the atmosphere annually.
  • Wood stores carbon and, with the least embodied energy of all major building materials, it requires less energy from harvest to transport, manufacturing, installation, maintenance and disposal or recycling.
  • Harvesting and replanting increases the forests’ carbon sink potential as the rate of sequestration is greater during young, vigorous growth.
  • Active forest management, or forest thinning, mitigates wildfires, cuts carbon emissions, expands wildlife habitats, and creates jobs in rural areas.

0.75 tonnes

CO2 removed from atmosphere for every cubic metre of timber used


of our waste timber is recycled or reused


Net zero carbon

Using timber in construction is so important to help meet the net zero carbon targets set by government and industry bodies alike.  Building sustainable homes is a key focus. Converting timber into a workable construction product uses far less energy and creates far less pollution than other primary materials such as brick and blocks, steel and concrete. Any waste timber that we produce is 100% recyclable. Low carbon housing will help meet future energy needs and have a positive impact on addressing climate change issues. This is why we’re proud to build with timber.


Wood for Good campaign

Using more wood can help us reduce CO2 and fight climate change. We are therefore supporting the Wood for Good “Wood CO2ts Less” campaign which aims to promote the use of all wood products as low carbon materials, illustrating how using wood can help reduce CO2 in the atmosphere and contribute to slowing climate heating.

Read more about this campaign

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Using wood in construction is a cost-free solution to carbon capture – reducing CO2 in the atmosphere

Wood for Good

Our latest insights into sustainability

Building towards a zero-carbon future


Building towards a zero-carbon future

Simon Horn discusses the benefits of timber frame to the construction industry as a versatile, green building material for a zero-carbon future.

Recycling timber waste


Recycling timber waste

How we work with Giffords to turn timber waste into soft play areas and horse bedding

The substitution of wood for carbon-intensive materials is one of the most effective ways to use limited biomass resources to mitigate climate change.

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