HumanForest partners with London-based property company Romulus to facilitate sustainable travel

HumanForest has formed a new partnership with London-based property company Romulus to facilitate free and sustainable travel for its employees and workspace members.

The partnership launches in light of last week’s government guidance to encourage employees to make the transition back to the physical workplace post-Covid 19. The partnership will begin today, 24th January, for an initial trial period of three months.

Laura Elms, head of sales and partnerships at HumanForest, said: “London’s offices are returning to life and our truly sustainable e-bikes offer the perfect alternative to commuting by tube, train or bus. Our partnership with Romulus is part of our broader commitment to building a cleaner, greener London for all and we are excited to have Huddle on board as our first workspace partnership.

“Our e-bikes will be even more affordable and accessible for Romulus’ employees and Huddle’s members, providing them with a cheap and fun way to travel around London whilst avoiding CO2 emissions. We hope this partnership will help encourage people to reForest London, one pedal at a time.”

Alexander Woolf, strategy director at Romulus, added: “We are excited to be encouraging our members and occupiers to adapt to post Covid ways of working in an environmentally-led way. HumanForest offers a great way for the users and visitors of our spaces to travel from and between home and work more flexibly than ever before.”

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Romulus will offer all its employees, occupiers and coworking members 20 minutes free-riding every day on HumanForest e-bikes.

HumanForest’s corporate dashboard will provide Romulus with the amount of CO2 its employees and members have been able to save by choosing to ride with HumanForest, and two HumanForest ‘Green Bays’ will be situated within Romulus’ campus to facilitate free parking and convenient access to the e-bikes.

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