Pell Frischmann Attends Tree-Planting Event
Last year, colleagues from across our Pell Frischmann offices attended a tree-planting event with the Heart of England Forest at Spernal Hall Farm, Warwickshire.
Our team successfully planted 920 trees at the event which contributes to the Heart of England Forest’s long-term goal of reversing centuries of woodland decline and creating and conserving a 30,000-acre broadleaf forest for the benefit of the environment, wildlife, and people.
The forest covers a mosaic of habitats across 7,000 acres of land in Warwickshire and Worcestershire, including 4,450 acres of new woodland and 600 acres of mature and ancient woodland. At just 23% of the way towards their 30,000-acre goal, they are currently the largest new native broadleaf woodland in England.
At Pell Frischmann our sustainability group has been working closely with our management team by discussing and looking at detailed plans around sustainability outcomes within our projects across various sectors. This is also linked to our noble purpose, which is to generate a sustainable future and directly contributes to protecting the environment.
Iain Bisset, Managing Director at Pell Frischmann said:
“We have had a fantastic time with the team across Pell Frischmann at the tree-planting event and we look to continue to do more of this in the future.”