The Apollo Management Team is very much in tune with the Government’s Green Agenda and seeks to play its part in creating a property portfolio of sustainable healthcare facilities.
Apollo employs a holistic approach to sustainable development which aims to review all of its business activities covering both office and project based activities.
Apollo has worked for a number of years using a variety of NHS design guidelines which cover sustainable development and this experience means that the team is well placed to deliver projects within the context of the latest BREEAM Healthcare Guidance. Apollo understands the requirements of BREEAM Healthcare and the key drivers that seek to minimize the harmful effects of our development activities and the ongoing operation of the healthcare facilities that Apollo develop.
Where possible, Apollo aims to embody natural resources through the design and specification which seeks to maximise the use of natural sunlight and air. Our approach also looks at using locally sourced building materials such as brick, natural stone and timber. The team seeks to reduce material miles as part of its approach ie. reducing the number of miles materials travel from its source to the development site.
Our current onsite projects at Govan and Mold, and also the developments that are due to commence on site in September at both SA1 Swansea and Bradford have all been designed to achieve a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating.