At Persimmon Homes we are marking our 50th anniversary by donating 1,550 trees to The Queen’s Green Canopy, helping to celebrate and honour the life of Queen Elizabeth II.
This represents a donation of 50 trees for each of our operating companies and head office, demonstrating the our commitment to enhancing the biodiversity of its sites across Britain.
Fran Leedham, Group Sustainability Director, says: “I’m proud that in our 50th year we’re able to honour and celebrate the remarkable life of Queen Elizabeth II, while making a positive contribution to the environment and communities in which we operate.
“As a business, we are passionate about building sustainable communities. Enhancing the biodiversity of our sites is an important part of our sustainability strategy – in 2021 we planted ten trees per home we built.
“As a responsible homebuilder, we set ourselves stretching sustainability targets for our business, and I couldn’t think of a more fitting way to mark the important milestone of 50 years of Persimmon, than to honour The Queen.
The Queen’s Green Canopy is a tree planted initiative created in honour of Her Majesty. For more information please visit www.queensgreencanopy.org
We are delighted that it can help to contribute to this legacy in its 50th year, while also making further strides toward its sustainability goals.
Find out more about Persimmon’s commitment to sustainability on the corporate website here: https://www.persimmonhomes.com/corporate/sustainability/reporting-and-performance/reports/2021/