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The Westminster Sustainable Business Forum's membership comprises leading organisations from across the utility, construction, service and academic sectors committed to promoting effective sustainability policy in the UK.

The WSBF is entirely committed to being open and transparent about its members and activities. Membership is open to any organisation that believes in the importance of UK business operating in environmentally, socially and economically sustainable way. To find out more about becoming a member, please get in touch.

WSBF Members

What our members say:

'Through the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum (WSBF), the British Board of Agrément has a key input into policy development. The WSBF's programme of events is of outstanding quality and enables members to engage in open and constructive debate with policy decision-makers on a regular basis. We also value being involved in the WSBF’s research activity, which has been pointing the way ahead for the built environment sector.'

 Claire Curtis-Thomas, CEO, British Board of Agrément 


 

‘It is really important for us as a business to use our professional expertise to inform policy. The Westminster Sustainable Business Forum (WSBF) is an excellent platform for us to do this because of its strong connections with policymakers and regular Parliamentary roundtables. The events are extremely insightful and well organised, they provide an opportunity to engage with policymakers in a cross-party and constructive fashion. Additionally, the WSBF provide us with highly useful updates on relevant policy and sector news.'

 Wei Yang, Managing Director, Wei Yang & Partners 


 

'The Westminster Sustainable Business Forum’s regular and focused round tables always present an excellent opportunity for us to input into key policy debates in Parliament and provide a forum for constructive discussion with members of both houses alongside other expert colleagues from the built environment sector. We have also been actively involved in the WSBF's latest research projects and have found the independent, cross-party nature of the work stimulating and highly beneficial as we seek to help advance the policy agenda.'

David Adams, Technical Director, Willmott Dixon Energy Services