reduction plan

Net Zero by 2025 for Scope 1 and 2 Emission Reduction Targets

Published 25th May 2023

The 2021/22 Carbon Reduction Plan outlines CampbellReith’s Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions, and our five-year targets to achieve net zero carbon operationally by 2025 and across our projects by 2040. You can download the plan here.



The total emissions for our business operations, Scope 1, 2 and 3, in the year 2021/22 were 130 tonnes CO2e. Understanding the sources of our emissions is crucial to achieving our targets to achieve net zero for Scope 1 and 2 by 2025, and in Scope 3 emissions by 2030.

For the purposes of PPN0621 reporting we have included the following sources of emissions:

  • Upstream transport and distribution
  • Waste
  • Business travel
  • Commuting
  • Downstream transport
Scope 1 48774 kg CO 2 e Scope 3 70218 kg CO 2 e Scope 2 16572 kg CO 2 e 130164 kg Total Carbon Emissions 2021-22

Scope 1

Our Scope 1 emissions come from fuel combustion in providing heat to our offices, the use of company vehicles, and fugitive emissions. Our moves to reduce our Scope 1 emissions in the next year are centred around consolidation of the London and Surrey Offices, exploring the use of lower impact F-gases, and phasing out the use of fossil fuel company vehicles.

48774 kg CO 2 e total of fuel combustion , company vehicles, fugitive emissions
43358 kg CO 2 e year gas combustion
10 Company vehicles replaced with hybrid or electric cars

Scope 2

Our Scope 2 emissions for 2021/22 were from the direct use of electricity across our offices. We are targeting switching the majority of our offices over to renewable energy tariffs to minimise our Scope 2 emissions.

From purchased electricity 16572 kg
78047 kWh Electricity 16572 kg CO 2 e

Scope 3

Our Scope 3 emissions sources were staff travel into our offices, waste disposal, other business travel, and purchased IT equipment. Reductions in Scope 3 emissions centre on raising awareness among our staff on how they can help reduce our emissions, including through lower carbon forms of business travel, online meetings, minimising waste and ensuring all new equipment is of higher levels of energy efficiency.

42000 kg paper waste 1284 kg CO 2 e 19000 kg general waste 34578 kg 1941 kg CO 2 e footprint of staff commute CO 2 e from train commute the most popular travel method