Leading The Way To Carbon Zero
Sustainability at Plumpton College
Plumpton College is commited to becoming carbon zero and meeting the Further Education Climate Action Roadmap.
Discover below news and updates on our progress against our sustainability strategy.
College begins multi-million Agri-Food campus development.
Leading the way to carbon zero
Plumpton College are delighted to move some of its pedigree Sussex cattle herd to Seven Sisters Country Park to graze the chalk grassland landscape as part of a new conservation management plan with The South Downs National Park.
As the leading regional provider of land and environmental education, Plumpton College is committed to providing the future skills required by employers for the transition to a highly sustainable, zero carbon economy.
Virgin Money invests in development of facilities in the College's new Centre for Sustainable Land Management.
Working in close partnership with Sussex Modern, South Downs National Park Authority and Lewes District Council, we’ve secured £719,100 from the UK Community Renewal Fund to grow wine and cultural tourism, backed by sustainable transport, in our region.