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Post-investment (monitoring and active ownership)

Overview

PR 08. ESG issues in post-investment activities

New selection options have been added to this indicator. Please review your prefilled responses carefully.

08.1. Indicate if your organisation, and/or property managers, considers ESG issues in post-investment activities relating to your property assets.

08.2. Indicate whether your organisation, and/or property managers, considers ESG issues in the following post-investment activities relating to your property assets.

08.3. Describe how your organisation, and/or property managers, considers ESG issues in post-investment activities related to your property assets.

“Green works” charter

The above ESG criteria are defined in operational terms as a “green works” charter in the management agreement. The management company undertakes to carry out work in accordance with the rules laid down in this charter:

MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES USED

Use materials or technologies with a limited impact on the environment;

Promote the use of recycled or recyclable materials;

Conduct a critical analysis prior to the use of new processes or products theoretically more environmentally friendly.

BUILDING PHASE

Draft an organisational plan of the site;

Manage and recycle waste;

Reduce noise for local residents;

Limit local pollution;

Limit consumption of resources;

Perform eco-site monitoring.

 

MANAGEMENT OF ACTIVITY WASTE

Reduce waste at source;

Implement waste sorting;

Treat, reuse and track waste collection;

Assess the amount of waste produced.

 

WATER QUALITY AND SAVINGS

Control the risk of contamination and bacterial growth in water systems;

Distribute water that meets the requirements of the French Health Code and quality benchmarks;

Take steps to limit water consumption.

 

AIR QUALITY

Limit the risk of bacterial contamination and growth in air treatment plants;

Circulate air meeting the requirements of the French Labour Code and other applicable laws;

Offer occupants air adapted to comfort in terms of humidity and temperature within the limits of regulatory requirements;

Improve the quality of indoor air;

Avoid the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in easy-to-install materials.

 

LIMITATION OF NOISE

Provide maximum acoustic comfort to occupants;

Limit the proliferation of noise and vibration within premises;

Limit the inconvenience when there are residents close by during the work phase;

Choose equipment in order to limit pollution;

Reduce noise for local residents.

 

LIMITATION OF ODOURS

Avoid the presence of VOCs in easy-to-install materials.

 

ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS

Limit exposure of human beings to electromagnetic waves;

Provide solutions to protect people;

Provide solutions to mitigate or eliminate risk.

 

ASBESTOS

Identify the obligations laid down in the regulations incumbent on the owner and/or developer during renovation work;

Obtain documents related to the presence of asbestos;

Describe the steps for managing asbestos risk at a renovation site.

 

LEAD IN PAINT

Identify the obligations laid down in the regulations incumbent on the owner and/or developer during renovation work;

Obtain documents related to the presence of lead in paint;

Carry out regulatory controls.

 

TERMITE AND OTHER WOOD-EATING INSECTS

Identify areas at risk;

Manage infested waste.

 

ENERGY AND THERMAL PERFORMANCE

Control energy consumption in the portfolio:

Examine the possibility of switching to renewable energy;
Favour highly energy-efficient heating and cooling systems;
Insulate buildings and limit heat flows in summer;
Avoid oversized air-renewal systems so as to avoid unnecessary losses;
Examine the possibility of recovering heat generated by air extraction systems;

Provide for efficient lighting and suitable power.

Monitor technological and regulatory developments:

Strive to exceed regulatory requirements.

Establish consumption calculations and monitoring.

 

 

PRESERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY

 

Ensure the protection of biodiversity, depending on the nature of the work, by examining technical solutions favouring greenery and technical solutions based on biodiversity and ecosystem services on buildings and green spaces (such as a sustainable management approach), including during the realisation of plant‑covered flat roofs or green areas, and being mindful of ecosystems during the building phase.

 

The management company is responsible for the risks associated with this charter. CNP Assurances expects it to manage these risks in an appropriate and balanced manner on a case-by-case basis depending on the materiality of the challenge in question.

 

 


Property monitoring and management

PR 09. Proportion of assets with ESG targets that were set and monitored

New selection options have been added to this indicator. Please review your prefilled responses carefully.

09.1. Indicate the proportion of property assets for which your organisation, and/or property managers, set and monitored ESG targets (KPIs or similar) during the reporting year.

(in terms of number of property assets)

09.2. Indicate which ESG targets your organisation and/or property managers typically set and monitor

Target/KPI Progress Achieved
          Energy efficiency targets: CNP Assurances has made a public commitment to reduce the energy consumption of its property by 20% from 2006 to 2020.
        
          In 2015, CNP Assurances signed the charter for energy efficiency in tertiary building and is asking its assets managers to sign it too
        
          
        
          48% at end 2017
        
          66% at end 2017
        
          
        

09.3. Additional information. [Optional]

In 2012, CNP Assurances implemented a program whose objective is to define work plans adapted to each property in order to reduce its CO2 emissions and energy consumption.

The scenario built from audits and multiyear plans enable CNP Assurances to make commitment on objectives related do energy consumption reduction and decarbonisation.


PR 10. Certification schemes, ratings and benchmarks (Private)


Property developments and major renovations

PR 11. Proportion of developments and refurbishments where ESG issues were considered

New selection options have been added to this indicator. Please review your prefilled responses carefully.

11.1. Indicate the proportion of active property developments and major renovations where ESG issues have been considered.

(by number of active property developments and refurbishments)

11.2. Indicate if the following ESG considerations are typically implemented and monitored in your property developments and major renovations.

          Biodiversity protection
        

11.3. Additional information. [Optional]

The ESG criteria bellow are operationally detailed in the Mandate in the form of a “green renovation works” charter.  Property manager commit to achieve the renovation works by following the rules of this charter :

1. MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES USED

Using low environmental impact materials and technologies
Fostering the usage of recycled / recyclable materials
Achieving a critical analysis prior to the usage of a new process or product theoretically better for the environment

2. CONSTRUCTION PHASE

Writing an organization plan of the construction / renovation site
Managing wastes
Reducing nuisances caused to local residents
Limiting local pollution
Limiting resources consumption
Performing an eco-monitoring of the site

3. WASTE MANAGEMENT

Reducing sources of waste
Implementing a selective waste collection
Treating, giving value and monitoring of collected wastes
Assessing the quantity of wastes produced

4. WATER QUALITY AND EFFICIENCY

Managing the risks of contamination and bacterial proliferation in the water networks
Providing water in conformity with health code requirements and quality standards
Ensuring the reduction in water consumption

5. AIR QUALITY

Managing the risks of contamination and bacterial proliferation in air handling systems
Providing air in conformity with work code requirement and other applicable requirements
Providing an air suitable for comfort in terms of hygrometry and temperature within the limit of regulations
Improving interior air quality
Avoiding VOCs presence in the easy-to-install materials

6. REDUCING NOISE POLLUTION

7. REDUCING OLFACTORY NUISANCES

8. ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS

Limiting human exposure to electromagnetic waves

9. ASBESTOS

10. LEAD IN PAINTS

11. TERMITES AND OTHER XYLOPHAGES INSECTS

12. ENERGY AND THERMAL EFFICIENCY

Controlling the energy consumption of the property
Considering the implementation of sustainable energy
Favoring high energy efficiency heating and cooling air system
Insulating and limiting heat inputs during summer
Avoiding oversizing of air renewal to limit useless losses
Considering heat recovering systems on air extraction
Providing efficient and adapted lighting
Ensuring a technology and a regulatory watch
Endeavoring to surpass applicable regulatory requirements
Implementing consumptions monitoring

13. BIODIVERSITY PRESERVATION

Depending on the nature of the works, ensure to protect biodiversity by exploring technical solution using vegetal and technical solutions based on biodiversity and ecosystem services on buildings and green spaces, especially during works concerning green roof or green spaces, by being respectful of ecosystem in the construction phase.

Property management company is responsible of risks related to this charter. CNP Assurances expect from it a balanced and relevant management of these risks on case-by-case basis depending on the materiality of the issues.


Occupier engagement

PR 12. Proportion of property occupiers that were engaged with

New selection options have been added to this indicator. Please review your prefilled responses carefully.

12.1. Indicate the proportion of property occupiers your organisation, and/or your property managers, engaged with on ESG issues during the reporting year.

(in terms of number of occupiers)

12.2. Indicate if the following practises and areas are typically part of your, and/or your property managers’, occupier engagements.

12.3. Additional information. [Optional]

For 12.1, it is an estimation. Any lease of more than 2000m² has environmental appendices.


PR 13. Proportion of green leases or MOUs referencing ESG issues (Not Completed)


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