P-THREE achieves carbon neutral status

P-THREE, a challenger real estate consultancy that partners with innovative investors, developers and occupiers, has become the first retail, leisure and restaurant property advisory to achieve carbon neutral status.

Working with Natural Capital Partners, one of the leading companies in the sector, P-THREE is supporting projects that reduce carbon emissions through developments that also improve the health and well-being of communities.  The commitment is reflective of P-THREE’s belief that people should the at the centre of its, and the industry’s, thinking.

 
Hannah McNamara, co-founder and partner, says: “One of the reasons we launched P-THREE was to help clients create places that enhance the lives of the people who use them.  This includes social and environmental improvement as a priority.  We also want the same for ourselves.”
 
Justin Taylor, co-founder and partner, adds: “We are all aware of the huge environmental impact construction and the property industry has on the environment.  Working within this sector, we plan to make sure we are reducing this burden and ensuring sustainability is the norm.  We all need to take responsibility.”
 
“Thomas Rose, co-founder and partner, says: “We want to reduce the environmental impact of our business to net zero, and are very proud to be among the first in the property sector to achieve this milestone.” 
 
Founded last year by McNamara, Taylor and Thomas Rose, P-THREE has already established itself as an innovative consultancy bringing a different perspective to the industry.  With an emphasis on understanding people’s behaviours and the need to create inspiring places to deliver property for the future, P-THREE is working with many of the best-known destinations and brands in Europe.  Clients include St James Quarter in Edinburgh, Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz, Bankside Yards in London, Putt Shack, Rosa’s Thai and Third Space Health Clubs.