Kingspan Insulation has had its home on the airfield industrial estate between Pembridge and Shobdon since 1986 and over the past two decades it has gone from strength to strength. The site is now the largest of its kind in the world. During 2007, Kingspan Insulation opened a new manufacturing facility just outside of Sherburn-in-Elmet, North Yorkshire. The business contributes positively to the local economy and community whilst being extremely mindful of its impacts on the wider environment.
Kingspan Insulation, however, recognises the need to communicate more directly with the communities in which it is based, to involve itself with the activities of those communities and to be open about what it is doing to ensure that it is operating in a responsible manner.
Therefore please follow this link to the Kingspan Insulation Community Sustainability Survey.
The aim of this survey is to receive feedback from the local community about the extent to which you understand, feel informed about and are happy with the sustainability and responsibility practices of Kingspan Insulation.
Kingspan Insulation has been reporting on 14 key themes since 2004 with the aim to provide a comprehensive impression of sustainability and responsibility issues across their Pembridge and Sherburn-in-Elmet sites.
All questionnaires are anonymous and feedback received will be used to make improvements in communication.