Richard Hayward Properties is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
No job applicant or employee will receive less than favourable treatment on the grounds of colour, race, age, nationality, ethnic or national origin, sex or marital status, religion or religious belief, sexual orientation or disability, or be disadvantaged by any other condition or requirement that is not essential for carrying out the job.
Working with our partners across the industry, Richard Hayward Properties puts sustainable buildings and communities at the heart of its development process.
It actively looks to mitigate the impact of its developments on the environment by embracing new technology such as renewable energy, micro generation and also recycling and grey water harvesting. Richard Hayward Properties sets challenging but meaningful targets for waste reclamation during the construction and long term operation of its developments.
It feels strongly that developers should not just add sustainability to the checklist of things to do. A guiding principle is to put sustainable concepts into everything it does.
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