We measure this, not only in terms of financial capital, but also in terms of three other forms of capital value: social capital – the value of people and communities; natural capital – the value of the contribution of nature; and knowledge capital – the value of know-how and learning.
As you read through this site, you’ll also recognise our determination to enhance our substantial positive impact through facilitating collaboration between business and society.
Our activities are focused on achieving five key outcomes, which can be seen in our latest SustainAbility report. These outcomes mean that: our buildings, and the services we deliver, will both meet users’ expectations and benefit wider communities; there are increased opportunities for learning, innovation and sharing experiences; we consider environmental impacts and opportunities; and deliver growth, efficient operations and new employment opportunities.
We expect that, no matter what Interserve does, whether providing a hot meal or building a school, sustainability will be a central element.