Sustainability

“We are committed to ethical behaviour and to sustainable economic development while improving the quality of life for our workforce, their families as well as the local community and society at large”

Sustainability is one of the most overused words in our industry. The truth is it means different things to different people. One man's Code 4 affordable home is another's unsustainable development blighting the landscape. As a contractor we are merely part of the process that involves planners, clients and communities so we have limited control over the process of building.

Mi-space builds and maintains homes, therefore we consume materials. As the old adage goes ‘you can't make an omelette, without breaking eggs'. What we can do however is be more efficient both in terms of what we build and how we build. We can help solve the crushing shortage of affordable housing in England and Wales whilst simultaneously doing it in the most efficient manner possible.

Again this is a process that we can only be ‘part' of. Informed clients, good design planners with vision are all required and by working with all of these parties as early on in the procurement process as possible we can genuinely deliver new build housing and refurbishment programmes of exceptional quality.

As part of the Midas Group we believe that we should be judged by our actions more than our words:

The Mi-space CSR policy is the umbrella document that states how we conduct ourselves as an organisation in relation to the world around us. It is broken down into the following areas:

  • Click here for Midas Group Sustainability Strategy
  • Click here for the Midas Group 2011 Sustainability Status report

The Mi-space CSR policy is the umbrella document that states how we conduct ourselves as an organisation in relation to the world around us. It is broken down into the following areas:

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