We have both the opportunity and the responsibility to create the right balance of social, environmental and economic outcomes for our stakeholders, now and into the future.
We are a committed leader in sustainability and believe this approach is fundamental to the way we do business.
Our three sustainability focus areas are integrated with our business strategy to ensure we maintain our competitive advantage and deliver shared value to all our stakeholders.
Our focus is on creating robust communities with strong connections and opportunities. This supports our growth as a business by delivering better social, environmental and economic outcomes for all our stakeholders.
As one of Australia’s largest diversified property groups, we are well placed to have a positive and lasting impact on the communities in which we operate. Our research clearly indicates that for a community to thrive it needs a focus on health and wellbeing, community connection and education.
Innovation is at the core of everything we do. We continue to find more efficient ways to do business, investing in technologies that support our priorities, while minimising the impact we have on the environment.
Climate change as well as resource constraints present risks and opportunities for our business, and we are committed to identifying, assessing and managing these to support the resilience of our business, assets, communities, customers and people.
We respond to these challenges through robust risk management, smart design, investment in technology, and operational efficiencies as we make the transition to a low-carbon future.
Our focus areas include asset certification, biodiversity, carbon and energy, climate resilience, water management, and waste and materials.
By creating stable and deep-rooted relationships, we can support our supply chain, manage risk, and ensure sustainable and transparent practices. When we work in collaboration with our stakeholders, our outcomes are strong and our relationships prosper.
Our focus areas include employee engagement, development, diversity and inclusion, health, safety and security, supply chain management, human rights, stakeholder engagement and governance and risk management.