UK’s largest hotel business continues to deliver against the objectives of its Force for Good sustainability programme Whitbread, the UK’s largest hotel business, has published its latest Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report as part of its commitment to delivering its ambitious Force for Good sustainability programme. The 56-page
Whitbread’s new 195-bedroom Premier Inn hotel which is fully powered by renewable energy has been named the winner of the Edie Built Environment Project of the Year award.
The opening marks the first of a new generation of new-build Premier Inn hotels that will operate with 100% renewable energy.
In conjunction with the release of its 2022/23 ESG Report, the owner of Premier Inn provides further details of its step-by-step approach to achieving its net zero goals and announces that its net zero target is now validated by the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) (London, 01/06/23). Whitbread PLC, the
The ambitious goal exceeds UK government target for a 20% reduction of household water consumption by 2037
Design of 195-bedroom city centre hotel has the potential to influence the specification of newbuild Premier Inns
UK’s largest hotel business has opened 3,108 new rooms in the UK and Ireland since January 2021.
Move the latest in a run of sustainability-firsts. The UK’s biggest hospitality company is joining the largest ever global alliance committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050 at the latest, backed with science-based targets.
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) welcomes its first patients to the new Sight and Sound Centre supported by Premier Inn, the UK’s first dedicated medical facility for children with sight and hearing loss.
Whitbread and Lifetime Training have been named winners of the Learning Excellence Award for 2021. Lifetime and Whitbread entered the awards with their response to continuing to deliver exceptional apprenticeship training amidst the pandemic.