Gateley Smithers Purslow




As a prominent business and employer, Gateley Smithers Purslow has a duty to understand its environmental impact and to lower its carbon footprint. As such, we have put in place a carbon reduction plan and are verified Carbon Neutral.

The nature of our business, surveying, engineering and architectural/planning services, inevitably involves an element of travel for projects, and we need offices for our operations. Our carbon reduction plan includes combining site visits, using alternative means of transport and fuel, video-conferencing meetings with clients, lowering our energy consumption, and reviewing our buildings for energy efficiency.

In addition, in advising clients we are committed to promoting sustainable construction products and processes and training our teams to become experts in this field.

We have attained ISO 14001, the international standard for environmental management systems, to align our operations with sustainability goals. We also have a team of Environmental Champions and qualified personnel to support our plans.   

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Gateley Smithers Purslow completes £1.3m rebuild for the Tap and Run pub and restaurant

Gateley Smithers Purslow (GSP) has delivered a £1.3 million rebuild project for the Tap and Run in Upper Broughton, near Melton Mowbray, following a devastating fire. The country pub and restaurant, situated in the picturesque Vale of Belvoir, is owned by former England and Nottinghamshire cricketers Harry Gurney and Stuart Broad. The Tap and Run…