Corporate responsibility at LSH
We're one of the nation's largest commercial property consultancies. Which means we have great responsibility - to our people, the local community, and the environment. So we run our business efficiently, sustainably, responsibly.
How it works
We conduct ours business ethically.
We give clients the best possible service, respect their confidentiality and manage conflict of interest.
Wherever you find our offices, you’ll find our staff active in the local community. And we encourage everyone who works here to get involved.
We donate to charity, through corporate fundraising as well as our own individual efforts.
We do all that we can to reduce our impact on the environment.
Read our Environment Policy here
We insist on the highest health and safety standards for everyone involved with our business.
Read our Health and Safety Policy here
We are a great place to work.
How it happens
Our CR Programme is integral to the business, and embedded in our culture.
We make sustainability an important part of our business strategy and company training, tackling everything from waste management to carbon emissions.
We share health and safety expertise with our clients. And advise a range of public and private sector clients so they can operate more effectively, efficiently, and safely.
We continually plan, monitor and review our policies, and how we put them into action, to improve performance. And we do the same for our charitable activities.
We share our time and expertise with local communities, and charities like Young Enterprise, to make a difference across the nation. Find out more about Young Enterprise
Business management systems
ISO 9001: we have held the ISO 9001 certification since 1995 and transitioned to the 2015 edition in December 2016.
OHSAS 18001: we achieved the OHSAS 18001 certification in 2010. Our scope of registration covers all operational activities within the UK and ROI.
ISO 14001: we have held the ISO 14001 certification since 2010 and transitioned to the 2015 edition in December 2016. We impose a CO2 limit on company vehicles and encourage the use of public transport and video conferencing.