Sustainability and ESG

Our strategic approach

ESG refers to non-financial issues which can be influenced by, and can influence, Modulaire Group’s business activities, which have been highlighted in our materiality assessment.

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ESG factors often represent risks but in a number of cases also present business opportunities, such as the transition to a circular economy, reducing waste and creating value within loops, and developing a roadmap to Net Zero to help our customers adapt to climate change.

Building on our stakeholder engagement and materiality assessment, we have defined our sustainability and ESG strategy, based on the risks and growth opportunities for Modulaire Group.

This strategy represents an initial step and we are committed to deepening our understanding and advancing our approach to climate-related risks and opportunities over time, as we embed our approach to circularity and our ‘Loops within Loops’ model.

Our sustainability and ESG focus areas

Our long-term sustainability and ESG focus areas aim to minimise carbon emissions for our customers and our Group, and manage our material risks and opportunities. For Modulaire Group, this means: Net Zero carbon of our end-to-end supply chain by 2050 and further developing our ‘Loops within Loops’ model; enhancing our employment practices to ensure a safe and inclusive environment for our people; and further strengthening our approach to governance.


  1. Part of the Circular Economy by leasing, redeploying and end of life recycling
  2. Sustainable design and manufacturing
  3. Road map to Net Zero by 2050


  1. Part of the social and educational infrastructure creating smart spaces for people to work, learn and live
  2. Safety is top of our agenda, supported by wellbeing programmes and training
  3. Diversity and inclusion are key values in every aspect of our business


  1. Strong compliance focus:
    1. code of ethics, anti-corruption policy (with related training)
    2. policies for suppliers, corporate citizenship, data protection and cyber security
    3. whistleblowing hotline
  2. The Board and Executive have oversight of climate (e.g. circularity) and social (e.g. safety) risks and opportunities
  3. ISO Certifications for Quality, Environment and Safety