The Duchy of Cornwall will feature in a two part documentary series airing on ITV later this year. Produced by BBC Studios to mark The Prince of Wales’ 50th working year as Duke of Cornwall, the two part programme will include interviews with His Royal Highness himself, as well as Alastair Martin, Secretary and Keeper of the Records to the Duchy of Cornwall. For the past year, a film crew have followed Duchy staff, tenants and their communities throughout England and Wales to tell the story of the estate and the people who define it.
Every member of staff of the Duchy of Cornwall has had the opportunity to become ‘carbon literate’ as part of the Duchy’s continued commitment to environmental sustainability and our application for status as a Carbon Literate Organisation.Read more
Exceptionally, last year the Duchy reported a fall in the income generated for The Duke of Cornwall. That £1.83million reduction, a fall of 8.2%, has been reversed this year, and the surplus generated this year is £23.0million, an improvement on the last “normal” year (2019/20). This includes a record spend on property repairs...Read more
The Duchy has published a full report of greenhouse gas emissions, both from its operations (Scopes 1 and 2) and its full value chain (Scope 3).Read more