Rethink Sustainability

Rethinking Sustainability

Maxis Park is also on a path to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, aligned
with the Science Based Target initiative.

Focus on accessibility

Occupiers at Maxis benefit from easy accessibility to healthy food in the Gather & Gather Café, a secluded park with table and chairs for outdoor seating, and abundant green space surrounding the buildings.

Maxis is delighted to have received four GRESB stars. The Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) measures the environmental, social and governance performance of real estate and placed Frasers Property UK first amongst its peers.

This is a significant increase from the two stars scored in 2020 and the improvement in performance is aligned with Maxis’ ambition to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

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Increasing efficiency
and reducing emissions
Maxis has committed to achieving net zero carbon across the park by 2050, aligned with the Paris Agreement to limit warming by 1.5 degrees. Here’s what we’ve already done to reduce our impact across the park:
  • Installation of energy efficient lighting.
  • 100% renewable electricity procured through the grid for managed areas.
  • Water efficient fixtures and taps.
  • Promotion of cycling to reduce commuter emissions.
  • Installation of rooftop solar PV planned in 2022.

View the roadmap to achieving this target here.

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Biodiversity
Maxis benefits from its nearby natural environment and preservation of green space and nature within the parks. A three-year plan is in place to improve flora and fauna diversity, prioritising the plantings of native species and protecting existing wildlife such as hedgehogs and bats.

In 2021, we:
  • Installed four new bird boxes.
  • Installed one hedgehog box and two bug hotels.
  • Planted a new wildflower area.
At Maxis we are committed to
Sustainable travel
Cycle parking spaces available to all occupiers.
Charitable work
Maxis regularly hosts donation and charity drives supporting its charity of the year.
Renewable energy
Maxis regularly hosts donation and charity drives supporting its charity of the year. Learn more about the charity of the year here.
Environmental governance
Accredited to international environmental management standard ISO 14001.
Benchmarking our performance
Frasers Property UK, owners of Maxis, have achieved 4 out of 5 stars in the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark, placing the organisation first of its peers for environmental, social and governance performance. Maxis 1 and 2 are both rated BREEAM ‘Excellent’ representing best practice for sustainability performance. BREEAM, the most widely adopted green building certification, prioritizes sustainable design such as access to natural light, sustainable materials, energy and water efficient appliances and end of trip cycle facilities.
In 2022 we are
committed to
  • Installing more electric car charging points.
  • Undertaking energy efficiency upgrades.
  • Installing rooftop solar PV.
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