Miller Homes CR Strategy
Miller Homes is committed to sector-leading performance in all areas of corporate responsibility
The issues associated with climate change and the development of sustainable communities will present significant issues for the housebuilding sector for the foreseeable future. Miller Homes will continue to develop innovative sustainable solutions in response to these challenges.
Miller Homes published its first Corporate Responsibility Strategy in 2007 and we were the first housebuilder to produce such a document. Performance monitoring is fundamentally important to us and we track an increasing number of key performance indicators each month. We embarked upon a biennial review of our strategy in 2010 and the revised document was introduced in 2011, this covers our CR activities into 2013. The report on progress for 2011 and our 2012 Sustainability Report have now been published.
We recognise how important it is for us to continue to engage with our stakeholders and supply chain. This interactive process allows us to be at the forefront when dealing with emerging issues and this will continue to be central to our thinking. Our policies continually to evolve and we have worked closely with our supply chain to produce business-wide standards relating to responsible sourcing, sustainable timber sourcing and waste management.
In 2012 Miller Homes achieved 3rd place ranking in the Next Generation Benchmark for the fifth consecutive year. The benchmark is an assessment of the CR and sustainability credentials of the top 25 housebuilders by volume.
Our CR Strategy and reports:
- 2012 Sustainability Report
- 2011 Report on Progress
- 2011-13 CR Strategy
- 2010 CR Key Performance Indicators
- 2010 Stakeholder Engagement Review