Design and fashion

Ultimate (commercial interiors)

Ultimate (Commercial Interiors) Ltd provide innovative interior fit-out including furniture design and consultancy. From the planning stage through to procurement, Ultimate prioritise and consider its environmental impact.
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2 years

Yellow sofa room furniture



Location-based total carbon footprint

Reporting Boundary: Head office operations (The Hive, 8 Skelton Business Park, Cross Hills, West Yorkshire, BD20 7BY)

Emission Sources: Electricity, T&D Losses, Water, Waste, Fleet, Business Travel, Paper, Homeworking (excluded from footprint)

Reporting Period: 01 Apr 2021 to 31 Mar 2022

141.6 tC0₂e

Location-based total carbon footprint per employee

4.5 tC0₂e

Market-based total carbon footprint

140.7 tC0₂e

Market-based total carbon footprint per employee

4.5 tC0₂e


FTE employees

We engage our employees and wider stakeholders to unlock their talent and knowledge to drive year on year progress in sustainability.



UN Sustainable Development Goals

We recognise that transparent communication is essential for transformational change and we quantifiably contribute to 6 SDG.


Certification story

Ultimate (Commercial Interiors) Ltd, a company providing innovative interior fit-out including furniture design and consultancy, has achieved Planet Mark certification.

Achieving the Planet Mark is based on the commitment to continuous improvement in sustainability in its business operations by measuring and reducing its carbon footprint and engaging its stakeholders. 

Over the next year, Ultimate will be working towards reducing its carbon emissions and sharing its journey with its community to inspire others. By being more strategic about its environmental responsibility, it will be able to significantly increase its positive impact and hope to encourage continual improvements within its community.

Steve Malkin
Founder and CEO
Planet Mark
“Ultimate has taken a huge step forward in its sustainability strategy. The company is already well-versed on many issues, with its products and designs integrating sustainable principles. Now, the company’s clients can rest assured that all of Ultimate’s operations are sustainably oriented. Ultimate is positioning itself as a sustainable leader in the industry, and it is a pleasure to be a part of that journey.”

As a responsible contractor it, Ultimate believes it is in its best interests, both from the point of the environment and best value, to harness good working practice, minimise waste and investigate environmentally friendly products. Ultimate works with clients to establish the environmental impact which the project or work activities may have. Ultimate also prioritises environmentally-sound products and brands during the procurement of goods and services, consciously partnering with sustainable brands to provide clients with the best service, for them and the planet.

Interior design and fit-out companies have a lot to gain from sustainable practice. By providing products and services with a people-centred approach, companies can reduce health-related costs and reduce staff turnover. Wellbeing and sustainability are interlinked pieces of the puzzle that can promote safe, healthy and thriving buildings for occupants and owners. Interior design companies that embrace sustainable design can not only help reduce their emissions, but also improve the quality of their service.

Future targets

Reduce carbon emissions by at least 2.5% each year

To recertify next year Ultimate must reduce emissions by 2.5%.

Aim to reduce carbon emissions by 5% each year

A 5% year-on-year reduction is the target reduction recommended by Planet Mark.

Become carbon neutral by 2030

Ultimate has made a public commitment to becoming carbon neutral by 2030.

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