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 Manchester Trafford Centre Bell Tower Abseil - Sept 2016

Manchester Trafford Centre Bell Tower Abseil - Sept 2016

Following a Group-wide review of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in 2014, we laid down a policy, and established a cross-department panel of representatives to champion our CSR policies and initiatives.

This formalised many principles which we had already followed for some time, and which reflect our fundamental ethics. People’s safety; looking after our employees; working to develop ever more environmentally-sound drainage solutions; supporting charity and local communities are at the heart of the Lanes Group.

  • education
  • enterprise and community
  • employment
  • employees
  • environment and sustainability

In January 2018, upon further reflection of all the actions we have laid out and enforced within our CSR policy we have updated our policy and laid out a new plan, taking the company to 2025 and beyond. Click here to download and print our latest CSR policy.

  Charity Work  For 2018 Lanes Group is taking a different approach to their charity commitments, here at Lanes we believe that the charities that we work with will benefit more from a long term partnership.    Our commitment  5 charities will be chosen and Lanes Group will work with them for 5 years. Enabling us to embed ourselves in these charities and work with them. Our new 5 x 5 approach should enable us to reach many more positive causes that deserve our support.

Charity Work
For 2018 Lanes Group is taking a different approach to their charity commitments, here at Lanes we believe that the charities that we work with will benefit more from a long term partnership.


Our commitment
5 charities will be chosen and Lanes Group will work with them for 5 years. Enabling us to embed ourselves in these charities and work with them. Our new 5 x 5 approach should enable us to reach many more positive causes that deserve our support.

Cycling Challenge

In May 2018 Lanes Group have put together a charity cycling challenge in order to help raise money for the 5 x 5 charities that Lanes have partnered with until 2023. The first event will take place at the Group's head office in Leeds on June 6th with other depots following in the weeks after. This is the start of what we hope to become an annual event used to raise money for the 5 x 5 charities as well as the nominated company charities there-after. If you would like to donate to one of our selected charities click here

 Lanes chosen charity for 2016 & 2017 was Macmillan Cancer Support. The teams at Lanes participated in various events such as Coffee Mornings, Christmas Jumper Day, Skiddaw climb, Abseil, Brave the shave.  All monies raised for Macmillan was matched by Lanes £1 for £1. With the total raised for both years being a huge  £25,384.55.    Thank you to all that participated.  We have been delighted with the efforts of all the teams over the past two years in supporting Macmillan with their word supporting cancer sufferers and their families.

Lanes chosen charity for 2016 & 2017 was Macmillan Cancer Support. The teams at Lanes participated in various events such as Coffee Mornings, Christmas Jumper Day, Skiddaw climb, Abseil, Brave the shave.

All monies raised for Macmillan was matched by Lanes £1 for £1. With the total raised for both years being a huge £25,384.55.

Thank you to all that participated.

We have been delighted with the efforts of all the teams over the past two years in supporting Macmillan with their word supporting cancer sufferers and their families.

Lanes Group plc is working with the national charity Hand on Heart to donate a defibrillator and provide training on the unit, together worth £3000, to a school close to each of its depots across the UK.

The devices will be available to help save lives of anyone in the school or living nearby who suffers a sudden cardiac arrest.

Modern Day Slavery

Lanes Group plc are committed to driving out acts of modern day slavery and human trafficking from within its business. This also includes businesses from within our supply chain. Our objective is to provide adequate resources, training and investment to increase awareness amongst staff to increase their knowledge to be able to identify the practice. 

Our Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy is available to download.

Lanes Group are delighted to have won the Construction Organisation of the Year Award 2017 at the HeartSafe Awards in November 2017 visit http://bit.ly/2EiUG3S for more information.