Energy reporting system
Our energy team monitors the use of energy across our estate including offices, fire stations, libraries, museums, depots, household waste recycling centres, business unit communal areas and country parks.
We use an energy reporting system to quantify and report on the amount of energy that we use and carbon dioxide emissions in our property. Our database has data on the fossil fuel (gas) and electricity that we use for space heating, hot water, cooling and ventilation, lighting, catering and office equipment used within our buildings.
The energy reporting system excludes:
- rural estates buildings (agricultural buildings / farmhouses)
- country parks buildings with the exception of our offices
- fuel used for transport by our fleet and grey vehicle fleet (business miles travelled)
- buildings where a landlord other than our pays the energy bill
- energy used by people working from home
- staff commuting
- contracted transport and privately owned school vehicles
- energy associated with water consumption
- heating oil where data is insufficiently robust
Reviewing our energy use
We publish a building energy consumption review each year, where we report energy use for every operational property in our portfolio. For more details on our annual review, please choose from the links below.
- Building Energy Consumption and Emissions Review - April 2019 to March 2020 (PDF, 3.1 MB)
- Building Energy Consumption and Emissions Review - April 2018 to March 2019 (PDF, 3.1 MB)
- Building Energy Consumption Review - April 2017 to March 2018 (PDF, 2.9 MB)
- Building energy consumption review - April 2016 to March 2017 (PDF, 3.9 MB)
- Building energy consumption review - April 2015 to March 2016 (PDF, 2.7 MB)
- Building Energy Consumption Review - April 2011 to March 2012 (PDF, 3.1 MB)
- Building energy consumption review - April 2014 to March 2015 main report (PDF, 1.6 MB)
- Building energy consumption review - April 2013 to March 2014 (PDF, 1.5 MB)
- Building energy consumption review 2012-13 main report (PDF, 1.8 MB)