Derwent cuts net zero emissions target by 20 years as it reveals solid full-year figures

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Derwent London has issued a challenge to the property industry on environmental standards by vowing to become net zero on carbon emissions by 2030, 20 years ahead of its previous target of 2050.

The group became one of the Mayor of London’s 11 Business Climate Leaders last year, and has committed £300m of its recent £450m revolving credit facility to green projects.

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