13 November 2012
LRS Consultancy is pleased to announce the publication of the Mayor of London’s Green Procurement Code Progress Review 2012.
The Progress Review reports on the annual achievements of the Green Procurement Code members. It represents one of the most comprehensive studies on sustainable procurement in Europe, reflecting both the financial and environmental savings that members have achieved. This year’s Progress Review shows that the Green Procurement Code’s members reported spending of £110,069,424 on green products and services.
16 November 2009
London Remade and London Remade Solutions (LRS Consultancy) have announced that the two organisations are to become independent of each other.
27 October 2009
The results of the 2009 Mayor of London's Green Procurement Code awards reveal that, despite the difficult economic climate, organisations in the capital are continuing to put sustainability at the top of their agenda.
15 October 2009
Businesses across London are celebrating their achievements in green purchasing after being awarded the gold level of the Mayor of London’s Green Procurement Code.
13 August 2009
Mayor of London’s Green Procurement Code launches new website
13 November 2008
View the 2008 report.
11 November 2008
The results of the 2008 Mayor of London's Green Procurement Code awards reveal that businesses in the capital are continuing to put sustainability at the top of their agenda.
28 August 2008
London Remade is delighted to announce Nextbigthing as the competition winner to design and produce five trophies for the Mayor of London’s Green Procurement Code awards.
23 April 2008
View our annual purchase reports.
31 October 2007
The Mayor of London yesterday, 30 October 2007, announced that his Green Procurement Code is being updated and extended. It will now offer businesses specialist procurement advice to buy low carbon products in addition to the traditional focus on buying recycled products.
31 October 2007
The results of the 2007 Mayor of London's Green Procurement Code awards reveal that more environmental savings than ever before are being made through the purchase of green products.
27 September 2007
London Remade has re-launched its sustainable product directory to
include green products and suppliers in addition to recycled