Welcome to the Royal
Warrant Sustainability Criteria 2024

Register for the Royal Warrant Sustainability Criteria

Companies applying for a Royal Warrant of Appointment are expected to demonstrate a public commitment to sustainable and responsible business practices.  Companies are required to complete the online questionnaire in order to make all relevant information available to the Royal Household’s Royal Warrants of Appointment Environmental and Social Review Committee, established by HM The King in 1990.  Each application is considered by the Committee on the basis of the size and nature of the business.

Sustainable business practices should not just be a part of this application process and operating sustainably is good for business. Many business benefits, both in the short and long term, can be found by operating sustainably, these include such things as lower running costs, increased efficiencies, motivated employees, improved reputation with local communities and wider stakeholders and a more resilient supply chain. Specific examples are included in the accompanying guidance by issue.

You will need to register before gaining access to the online questionnaire.

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For any other queries please email Business in the Community

Deadline for submissions: 2nd August 2025 at 5pm


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Deadline for new submissions: Friday 2nd August 2024

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Need further support and guidance?

Please contact us for further support.

Business in the Community (BITC) is running free online support sessions to help you through the process as detailed below. Join using the links below at the time and date indicated.  This will take you to the online session.

  • Session 1: Thursday 30th May at midday
  • Session 2: Monday 17th June at midday

A recording of the online support sessions will be available shortly after each one.