Environmental Issues

Our Green Team is chaired by Natasha Gadsdon and has representation from all the company's activities. The Board has agreed the following environmental statement:

The environment plays a key role in the continuing success of Sutton Harbour Holdings plc and recognises that it needs to set itself high environmental standards.


We have looked at the areas of our business which could have both positive and negative impacts on the environment and have identified the following policy aims to enhance our overall environmental performance:

  • Reduce our carbon footprint by minimising energy use
  • Reduce the amount of waste we create and ensure that we maximise the recycling of the waste we generate
  • Ensure that we meet, and where possible, exceed environmental legislative requirements
  • Set a high standard for the prevention of water pollution in Sutton Harbour
  • Review our purchasing requirements so as to make environmentally sound purchasing decisions and increase local purchasing

Independent audits of waste at Sutton Harbour Marina have been carried out and improvements put in place regarding the recycling of waste.

Sutton Harbour Marina has adopted waste recycling protocols of the National Maritime Recycling Scheme using standardised waste sorter recycling bags. This scheme has been well received by berth holders.

We monitor energy consumption at Plymouth Fisheries and Sutton Harbour Marinas. This information is used to manage consumption through practical energy saving measures and targeted capital investment.



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We pride ourselves on the quality and location of our property estate.   5 Gold Anchor Sutton Harbour Marina is located in the heart of the historic Sutton Harbour.   Found at the heart of Plymouth's Coastal Quarter in Millbay.   2011 has been another record year with landings of fish, crabs and scallops.   Sutton Harbour in Plymouth is already one if the UK’s most attractive waterfront destinations.  
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