National law firm Bevan Brittan has been recognised by The Legal 500’s 2024 Green Guide for its environmental credentials and work on a range of key projects.

The Green Guide is dedicated to exploring the legal sector’s engagement with a green transition. From Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and sustainability to climate action and net zero, the guide recognises firms on the move towards a greener economy.

Bevan Brittan’s inclusion in the Guide highlights the fantastic work that its Energy & Resource Management team have been doing in this space. This includes advising on the utilities and district energy aspects of Brent Cross Town’s re-development in North West London and acting for Boom Power on its proposed East Yorkshire 400MW solar farm.

Bevan Brittan is certified carbon neutral against the industry best practice PAS 2060 standard and uses carbon footprint offsetting via UN-accredited Gold Standard schemes. The firm has also achieved ISO 14001 certification for environmental management.

Nadeem Arshad, Partner and Head of the Energy & Resource Management team at Bevan Brittan, said: “We are delighted to be recognised for our environmental credentials in the 2024 Green Guide. It is a great testament to what we do in the Energy & Resource Management team, with our experts supporting a range of key projects across the UK.

“Being green is also an important part of our Responsible Business commitments at Bevan Brittan and we regularly contribute to seminars and conferences on ESG-related topics.

“This issue is an incredibly crucial topic at present, so we will continue to work to improve our own performance and also provide high quality support to clients on all of their environmental and sustainability-focused initiatives.”


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