About Us


Meet the team

We want to change the way the built environment views material reuse and believe the way to do so is based on a foundation of accurate and reliable information combined with linking supply and demand.


Our Co-founders

Terry Clarke
Terry Clarke

Terry’s sustainability career began in the airport sector and includes four and a half years as Group Sustainability Manager for SEGRO plc with responsibility for the development and delivery of sustainability strategy across across England and nine countries in Continental Europe.

At SEGRO Terry worked closely with internal and external teams to add portfolio value and minimise environmental impacts of developments, refurbishments and standing stock, with particular successes in energy efficiency, renewables and building certifications such as BREEAM.

Terry participates in sustainability committees including the UK Green Building Council, Better Buildings Partnership and British Property Federation, speaking at industry events on key topics such as Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES), renewable energy and adding value through sustainability (RICS Commercial Conference).

Terry studied at Newcastle University and was a member of the first cohort of the UK Green Building Council’s Future Leader’s programme in 2014.

Lydia Dutton
Lydia Dutton

Lydia’s sustainability and built environment experience extends over eight years. Most recently at developer Argent. Lydia was responsible for environmental management and delivery of sustainable developments, particularly at the King’s Cross regeneration scheme in London.

At King’s Cross Lydia worked with project teams throughout the design, construction and operation of the projects to minimise environmental impacts. Lydia also gained experience over four years at JLL working particularly with institutional investors on responsible portfolio management as well as implementing CSR strategy within a banking sector client during an 18 month secondment.

Having also participated in a variety of industry led working groups, Lydia is able to identify best practice approaches to sustainability and share best practice to enhance delivery of sustainable development.

Lydia read geography at the University of Oxford, was featured in Building Magazines 50 Stars of Sustainability in 2013 and was a member of the first cohort of the UK Green Building Council’s Future Leader’s programme in 2014.