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.

Residents enjoy bowls and the community garden at Stockland's Mernda Retirement Village in Mernda, Victoria.


Stockland’s 2020 sustainability reporting is an account of our sustainability performance for the financial year from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020 (FY20). Now in its 15th year, it includes detailed discussion of our material sustainability issues as well as in-depth data sets and select case studies. It is independently assured by EY and in accordance with the GRI Standards (Comprehensive).

The Golden Sun Moth Park at Stockland's award-winning Highlands masterplanned community in Craigieburn, Vic.


Our case studies and quarterly Sustainability at Stockland eNewsletter shares how we are delivering our sustainability strategy across our business.

The inclusive playground at Stockland's Cloverton masterplanned community at Kalkallo, Vic

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Explore our detailed Sustainability Reporting with our Deep Dive documents, Data Packs, policies, and submissions.