Environmental Policy

Our policy

LSO St Luke’s is a member of the Islington Sustainable Energy Partnership, a group of public, private and voluntary sector organisations committed to reduce the economic, environmental and social of their work by cutting carbon emissions across this thriving London Borough.

As a venue, we developed an environmental policy that forms part of the London Symphony Orchestra’s ongoing commitment to sustainability, outlining our efforts to…

  • ensure our business practices are ethically, socially and environmentally aware
  • minimalise our impact on the environment by reducing waste and emissions
  • encourage these aspirations among staff, suppliers, patrons, clients and partners

If you're interested in holding an event at LSO St Luke's, make an enquiry now.

Our help

Sustainability isn’t easy. Shared knowledge and experience are extremely important in developing sound business practices that will take us forward into a world of greener events. On our journey so far we have been fortunate enough to work with a number of excellent organisations in the arts, meetings and events industries, and in the public sector. We thought you might be interested to know about some of the following:

Seventeen Events
+44 20 7515 5775

Seventeen create outstanding events that are environmentally and ethically aware, distinctive, fresh and unique. They offer a positive choice for event communications, believing that a sustainable approach is the best way to deliver results for clients and customers.


Julie’s Bicycle
+44 20 7379 6886

Julie’s Bicycle is a coalition of industry, science and energy experts who are working to create a low-carbon future for the music and creative industries.


The North Central Travel Plan Network
+44 20 7974 5525/5627

The North Central Travel Plan Network (NCTN) is a partnership between the London Boroughs of Camden, Islington and Haringey, The City of London, Westminster City Council and the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, with the aim of reducing congestion and pollution in the capital through the development of travel plans amongst businesses.

Floral display in the Jerwood Hall