Sustainability at Stockland
Stockland was founded in 1952 with a vision to ‘not merely achieve growth and profits but to make a worthwhile contribution to the development of our cities and great country’. It is this recognition, that business has more to offer society than profits alone that has seen us endure.
As a real estate owner, manager and developer, we believe that we have both the opportunity and the responsibility to create the right balance of social, environmental and economic conditions for our communities, customers and investors now and in the future. Our sustainability strategy focuses on this opportunity to deliver shared value; that is deliver economic value in a way that also creates value for society by addressing its needs and challenges.
We have clear strategic priorities to support our growth and deliver returns for our investors. Our sustainability strategy unites these priorities with a view to the future and our vision: To be a great Australian property company that makes a valuable contribution to our communities and country.
Our goal is to create and shape communities that thrive now and into the future.
By facilitating healthier living, promoting community connection and providing lifelong learning opportunities we will help to shape places where our customers want to live, work and shop.
By increasing customer satisfaction, we increase the likelihood of customer referrals and thereby increase our customer base and asset returns.
Our liveability research which measures customer satisfaction and helps us identify elements that make communities thrive, indicates that the below elements contribute most to liveable communities.
We aim to enhance the value we create by forming positive relationships.
Enriching our value chain is about how we manage our risks while working with our employees, our suppliers and other key partners.
When we work in collaboration with our stakeholders, our outcomes are strong and relationship prosperous.
We aim to provide business solutions that better serve our customers while reducing our impact on the environment.
As a real estate developer and manager, we are always looking for smarter and more efficient ways to develop and operate our assets. We are committed to creating resilient assets and communities that can flourish with adaptive and responsive design.
Our customers want to run their homes and businesses cost effectively, but also appreciate a connection to the natural environment.
- Australian Business and Community Network
- Australian Network on Disability
- Supply Nation (formerly the Australian Indigenous Minority Supplier Council)
- Better Buildings Partnerships
- Business Reporting Leaders Forum
- CitySwitch Program Member
- Diversity Council Australia
- Green Building Council of Australia
- Green Cross’ Business Adaptation network
- Global Reporting Initiative - Organisational Stakeholder
- Investor Group on Climate Change
- Livable Housing Australia
- National Association of Women in Construction
- Place Leaders Association
- Property Council of Australia
- Residential Development Council
- Retirement Living Council
- Shopping Centre Council of Australia
- Urban Development Institute of Australia
- Women on Boards
- Our reporting approach
- Governance and risk
- Stakeholder engagement
- Supply chain management
- Energy and emissions
- Climate resilience
- Water management and quality
- Employee engagement
- Human capital development
- Diversity and inclusion
- Health and safety
- Human rights
- Community investment
- Community development
- Customer engagement
- Customer safety and security
- Asset ratings and certification
- Environmental Data
- People Data
- Community Data
- GRI Index
- KPMG Assurance Report
- PwC Emissions Assurance Report