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PURE architecture ltd, PURE Design Studio, 138 Bells Road,

Gorleston,

Norfolk,

NR31 6AG

 

Tel. 01493 44 22 04

Tel. 02081 44 22 02

We are Norfolk Architects covering work as Architects in Norfolk, Architects in Suffolk, Architects in Norwich, Architects in the United Kingdom and throughout Europe.

ETHICS & SUSTAINABILITY

PURE architecture is a registered RIBA Chartered Practice. This ensures that the people at the Practice perform to high ethical business standards and work to Codes set down by the Royal Institute of British Architects. The RIBA monitors architects to ensure their compliance.

 

Each Architect also has to be registered with the Architect’s Registration Board, (ARB). Here too there are strict rules to ensure that Architects maintain a high professional standard through every stage of the RIBA Plan of Work.

 

Honesty, integrity and competency, as well as concern for others and for the environment, are the foundations of the Royal Institute’s three principles of professional conduct. All members of the Royal Institute are required to comply.

 

The purpose of this Code is to promote professional good conduct and best practice.

 

The Practice also works to an Environmental Management System in line with ISO 14001 to drive continual improvement.

 

PURE architecture sets as part of its goal to be a sustainable;

 

Investing in low carbon consumption of energy and, when opportunities arise, incorporate environmental sustainability solutions into our projects.

 

We seek to fully comply and, where possible, exceed domestic and international environmental legislation, guidelines and standards.

 

We seek to reduce the impact on the environment by reducing water use and prevent pollution by re-using materials, recycling and reducing waste to landfill where this can be achieved.

 

We have an ethical and sustainable procurement policy that seeks to obtain goods and services that incorporate sustainable resources including, energy, water, building and other raw materials.

 

We also encourage the implementation of a travel plan which encourages alternative methods of transport to single-occupancy car journeys where this is practicable.

 

Protecting the natural habitats and encouraging biodiversity on sites, particularly those adjacent to the Norfolk Broad’s where Ecological solutions will lead to the strengthening of the wild life resources and natural plants.  

 

We seek to Communicate the environmental sustainability policy and strategy to staff and other stakeholders and raise awareness amongst these groups of their own environmental responsibilities and opportunities for environmental improvements.

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