Planet Mark finds a new home with member Fora

As part of Planet Mark’s long-term ambition to reach net zero by 2030, it has relocated its office to member Fora workspace in Spitalfields.

Verity Kennard
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Premium flexible workspace provider Fora welcomes Planet Mark to its Spitalfields location as the we look to deepen our partnership and commitment to operating sustainably.

Planet Mark member Fora has committed to becoming net zero by 2030 and its offices are currently powered by 100% renewable electricity. It has also achieved zero waste to landfill. Through its Planet Mark certification, Fora has pledged to not only reduce its carbon footprint year-on-year, but to also drive continuous positive change for its employees, customers and communities.

The move in office reflects our long-term ambition to grow our operations and capacity over the coming years whilst also securing a reduction in carbon emissions in line with our own Zeroby30 programme, which will see the company transition to net zero no later than 2030.

In addition to providing Planet Mark with environmentally sustainable office space, Fora’s Spitalfields location boasts a resident’s garden and wellness studio providing subsidised wellness classes.

Steve Malkin, founder and CEO of Planet Mark: “Our move to Spitalfields represents the next exciting stage in Planet Mark’s journey. Fora is already a valuable Planet Mark member, and it is therefore the ideal provider of sustainable office space where Planet Mark colleagues can work collaboratively to support our members on their own net zero journeys.

Katrina Larkin, Co-Founder & Chief Creative Officer of Fora, added: “We are delighted to welcome Planet Mark to Spitalfields. Fora workspaces promote healthy lifestyles for Residents and are consciously designed to limit the impact on the planet and make a positive difference in local communities. This vision is shared with our newest Residents, Planet Mark. Together, we continue to work towards a more sustainable future”

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