Corporate Social Responsibility
Our Corporate Social Responsibility commitment focuses on achieving positive and sustainable outcomes in the communities where we operate, enabling our customers and communities to positively benefit from the positive social, diverse and environmental impact we create.
As a socially responsible business, Corporate Social Responsibility is at the core of our business ethos; we operate ethically, build positive relationships, deliver on our promises, and minimise our impact on the environment.
Our business values and operations are integrated to meet the expectations of our stakeholders. They include customers, employees, suppliers, the local community and the environment. Our social, economic and environmental responsibilities to these stakeholders are integral to our business. We operate with integrity and honesty to provide safe, sustainable working practices, all delivered to the highest technical standards.
We are a committed social value employer, committed to the delivery of economic, social and environmental initiatives and projects to achieve meaningful outcomes that maximise Social Value.
Our community-based activities range from sponsoring community initiatives and local sports clubs, improving community centres, delivering estate/community enhancements, employee volunteering and forging links with local schools and colleges.
Our annual charity is nominated by our employees, enabling us to support a cause close to our employees’ hearts. We report on our Social Value initiatives, allowing us to track our achievements and identify areas for improvement.
Visit our news page to see our fundraising activity across the year.
To support the local economy, we utilise local supply chains to create opportunities locally; creating opportunities for small and medium-sized enterprises within our supply chain, including material suppliers and subcontractors.
Our employees receive competitive pay complemented by an excellent range of benefits and family-friendly practices including flexible working and work-life balance. We also offer a wide range of employee benefits including stakeholder pension, employee and dependents Healthshield health cash plan and wellness package, additional holidays based on length of service, and company sick pay. We are passionate about enhancing employees’ skills at all levels of our organisation. We provide continual opportunities for our employees to upskill and develop their skills, through our established relationships with local colleges and training providers.
Throughout December Greenview employees have donated generously for local charities and foodbanks. We are delighted to have made donations to Lisburn foodbank, The People’s Kitchen Belfast, Newry Women’s Aid, and Cash for Kids ‘Mission Christmas’ toy appeal. This also accompanies our Christmas Raffle which raised £210 for The People’s Kitchen Belfast and Crisis.
Greenview are delighted to announce our sponsorship of Lisburn Youth Football Club’s Reserve team with their new match kit for the season ahead. Pictured are Greenview’s Jonathan McCambley, Associate Director – Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, along with along First Team and Head Coach Stuart Caswell.
At Greenview we are committed to our sustainability pledge and will continue to deliver services that feed into the government’s decarbonisation targets. To help honour this commitment, Greenview has signed the Climate Action Pledge NI, a public commitment to achieving an ambitious target of reducing its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30% by 2030.
We’re delighted to announced that we have become a NotJustForBoys Business Champion with Belfast WOMEN'S TEC. The programme aims to challenge misconceptions and to encourage females to consider opportunities in sectors such as engineering and construction.
Greenview proudly donated a new ICE Trike to our chosen charity Brain Injury Matters (NI). The new ICE-Trike will significantly increase the number of participants that are now able to take part in Brain Injury Matters’ Pedal Power initiative, which runs every Friday at C.S. Lewis Square in Belfast
Greenview were proud to support South Eastern Regional College‘s (SERC) annual Excellence Awards at their Lisburn Campus as headline sponsor. The event was a great way to highlight the commitment, efforts and achievements of people who learn or work at SERC. Training and development is one of our core values and we are proud to work in partnership with SERC to provide opportunities for our team to develop.
Both Greenview and our employees have donated supplies of non-perishable foods, toiletries, hygiene products, nappies and wipes, baby milk, and other essential goods at Foodstock (West Belfast Community Response) to support the Ukrainian humanitarian crisis. Thank you to our employees for their generosity.
Greenview employees have donated generously for local charities and foodbanks, recognising the impact that working together to make a difference can have on local communities, particularly when household budgets are stretched over the winter months to cover costs of heating, food and Christmas presents. We are delighted to have made donations to Lisburn foodbank, Dundonald foodbank, Cash for Kids Mission Christmas presents and Newry Women’s Aid. This also accompanies our Christmas Raffle which raised an amazing £408.46 for Brain Injury Matters, our Charity of the Year for 2022. Thank you to everyone that donated generously.
In September 2021, with Covid measures in place we held another successful coffee morning in each of our offices; Carryduff, Farnborough, Mallusk and Newry raising £431.91 for Marie Curie.
South Eastern Regional College recognised our education and employability dedication with a Commitment to Training Award at their 2019 Business Excellence Awards
In November 2020, we received a Silver Level Innovator Award for our Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) focusing on engineer multi-skilling development programme, strategic planning, quality, and innovation
We regularly support foodbanks including Women’s Aid in Newry, Changing Lives Changes Lives and Dundonald Foodbank
We installed additional USB/electrical sockets and serviced the boiler at their Community Centre. We also learnt of a member who was financially struggling to heat her home in December, having run out of heating oil and used all their electricity credit using portable electric heaters. We delivered 400 litres of heating oil to the family prior to Christmas.
In July 2021 we sponsored a senior player for Armagh Ladies Team as part of their Sponsor a Player campaign. Armagh LGFA are the first ladies county team in Northern Ireland to have their own training facilities and community facilities.
In December 2020 we created donation points for our employees to donate new toys for to support the Mission Christmas campaign which ensures disadvantaged children receive a gift at Christmas.