Environmental Policy Statement
An environmental management system (EMS) has been developed and implemented at Telford Shopping Centre, covering the management and operation of the shopping centre, in accordance with requirements established in the international standard – ISO 14001:2004. This policy statement documents the core principles and operating conditions of the EMS.
Telford Shopping Centre is committed to continual improvement and pollution prevention. Objectives and targets will be established and reviewed on a defined periodic basis. These will seek to address (amongst other issues) the following key aims:
Improvement of waste management and focus on waste minimisation.
Improvement of energy efficiency within the centre buildings.
Improvement of awareness and understanding of environmental issues amongst employees, contractors, tenants and visitors.
Telford Shopping Centre is committed to ensuring compliance with legal and other requirements (which include requirements prescribed by centre owners).
This document will be communicated and explained to all employees and staff working at the Telford Shopping Centre, it will also be displayed at appropriate locations around the shopping centre and will be freely available to the Public.
An environmental management system (EMS) has been developed at the Telford Shopping Centre covering all operations carried for an on behalf of Orion and Sovereign Centros. This document defines the scope of the EMS.
Telford Shopping Centre a large shopping centre located in Shropshire owned by Orion and Sovereign Centros and managed by Savills.
An EMS has been established, documented, implemented and maintained at the location, in accordance with requirements established in the international standard ISO 14001:2004.
The EMS covers all operations associated with the infrastructure, maintenance and running of all shopping centre. Activities include:
General property repair maintenance.
Utility Provision (Gas, Electricity, Water)
Utility consumption in common areas.
Waste collection, management and disposal from tenant shops and restaurants.
All tenants are required to comply with environmental legislation and support the aims, objectives and targets of the EMS. However, individual tenant activities are not covered within the EMS.
Shopping Centre Manager