KEDA Project Management is committed to considering it’s impact and approach to its social, economic and environmental impact across the business.

KEDA Project Management is committed to paying everyone a living wage which reflects the real cost of living, regardless of whether they are direct employees or third-party contracted staff.

Our staff are encouraged and supported in their community engagement, either outside work, or through the provision of time during their working day. The directors lead by example with Keith acting as trustee at Jazz North and an active member of Castle Tri Club while Alex provides mentoring support to developing charity fundraisers and holding trustee roles at LD: North East and Future Builders Uganda.

Our staff are also supported through our commitments to inclusion, diversity and equality; personal and professional development; and creating a positive, inspiring culture and workplace through initiatives such as our ‘Happy Monday Mornings’.

KEDA Project Management aims to minimise its impact on the environment by reducing travel pollution and minimising waste production as well as making positive buying decisions, for example buying recycled and/or ethically sourced goods as much as possible.