Corporate Social Responsibility


LabTech is committed to Improving and enhancing local residents’ quality of life by supporting local community initiatives,
creating a sustainable environment and a place which is vibrant for people to live, work and visit.


We believe the local community is a vital part of what makes Camden unique. LabTech supports local entrepreneurs and start-ups through ‘LABS’ co-working space, employment and training opportunities, support for social enterprise, community festivals and meeting space for community groups to connect.


LabTech’s Community Grants supports a wide range of local initiatives to improve the local neighbourhood and enhance local residents’ quality of life. The grant is available to local charities and community groups in Camden.

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The community activities gallery captures LabTech ‘s diverse offers to supporting community development work in order to make Camden a better place.

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LabTech has signed up for the Camden Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) 21st Century Talent Pledge. Camden STEAM Commission brought together the borough’s schools, businesses and other key institutions to highlight Camden’s unique STEAM economy and build better connections between schools and businesses.


We have committed to being STEAM Ambassadors, providing work experience opportunities for young people, careers talks, for the hosting of student visits and use of LABS meeting spaces. LabTech is keen to give young people the best skills and opportunities to enter the borough’s creative, digital and scientific economy.

LabTech is delighted to be partnering with the prestigious Knowledge Quarter (KQ). KQ purpose is to increase the area’s profile through stakeholder engagement; facilitate advancement and dissemination of knowledge exchange; create opportunities for local community engagement; support and improve a sustainable environment.


The KQ prescribed areas are within a one mile radius of King’s Cross which is home to some of the greatest knowledge cluster hubs in the world. LabTech’s business model is aligned with KQ’s ambition for a world class knowledge and a business hub for the 21st Century. It encompasses creativity, innovation, networking and openness.


LabTech has invested in three additional Police Constables funded in partnership with Camden Town Unlimited (CTU) to tackle crime, anti-social behaviour, and drug dealing to make our residents and visitors feel safe and welcome in Camden Town.

LabTech’s aspiration is to make Camden Town a safer destination which is vibrant, safe and secure environment for local residents and customers to shop, eat and socialise.


LabTech is committed to reducing the potential environmental impact and is working continually to improving environmental performance which is an integral part of the business strategy and operation model. We encourage our suppliers, customers and all stakeholders to strive towards our ambitions.

Passing stringent quality, health and safety, and environmental criteria are mandatory for all our suppliers and larger contractors who are required to comply with ISO14001. We work to prevent any adverse effects on the local environment.


We recognise our responsibility and operate our business model in a way that protects and improves the local environment for future generations. We operate a preventive maintenance programme — designed to reduce energy consumption and extend the life of our assets.

LabTech have partnered with social enterprise iRecycle to manage waste distribution in Camden Market in an effort to tackle pollution in the borough. The scheme sees all general waste transported to the Powerday’s material recycling facility via barge down the Grand Union Canal. This approach reduces landfill by over 50% by extracting over 17.5 tonnes of food and cardboard per week which is being recycled. Our ambition is to reduce Camden Market’s CO2 emissions by cutting down the number of vehicles on the road.