Knight Frank

Green Initiatives

6.6 / 10

(based on 15 ratings in 2017)

2017

"Everyone is supplied with a recycling tray and the firm is moving towards a paperless system."
Graduate, London
"Recycling is high on the agenda and the office employs the standard green measures with lights on automatic sensors."
Graduate, London
"Head office has very good recycling facilities and the staff canteen has lots of new initiatives to use biodegradable packaging etc. However, the smaller estate agency offices are only able to recycle paper, which I find insufficient."
Graduate, London
"There are some good green initiatives across the company but I would like to see this pushed further. Going as paperless as possible for example."
Graduate, London
"We're trying to go paperless but it is a difficult task. IPads would help."
Capital Markets, Graduate, Newcastle

2015

"Although more could be done to reduce the firm's carbon footprint, such as reducing the amount of paper used and turning computers off at the end of the night, efforts are being made."
Graduate Surveyor, London
"I am unsure of efforts to reduce the firm's carbon footprint at their other offices, but I think that the London Head Office is pretty good in terms of being eco-friendly."
Graduate Surveyor, London

2014

"I would say Knight Frank is generally good in this area although the City office does not have paper recycling tray."
Graduate, London
"I am currently working in a paperless environment."
Graduate, London
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