As a company we recognise the importance of mental health and support Mental Health Awareness Week. The product of our work is to provide clean air, quiet spaces and well-designed beautiful places to improve the health and wellbeing of the people that use them. This is not only at a local development level but working with Countries and Nations on environmental policy to protect the natural environment. The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of having access to outdoor spaces and the significance of protecting and enhancing them for our well-being; it is therefore no surprise the theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is Nature.
Further to our work, we care about our staff. Within our offices we have trained mental health first aiders; we work regularly with Mind to enhance our operations; we provide external confidential support services; and have access to a range of well-being workshops such as lunchtime mediation and yoga.
For more information about this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week visit mentalhealth.org.uk/mhaw.
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