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(in terms of number of property assets)
Reduce landlord-controlled carbon emission intensity (by floor area) of the directly managed portfolio by 40% by 2030 from a 2016 baseline
Monitor performance on landlord-procured energy, water and CO2 emissions
Achieve a recycling rate of 70% by weight by 2020 across the directly managed portfolio where there is a landlord waste contract in place
The 2016 baseline has been set at a fund level, where we are now (March 2018) are collating our performance for 2017.
Energy and water data continues to be monitored through our bureau and energy management team respectively.
Consumption data is monitored and tracked for each asset and fund.
Conduct occupier surveys on at least 50% of the portfolio
Roll-out programme of occupier and community engagement activities to raise awareness of ESG issues and encourage sharing of best practice
90-95% of the portfolio have had an occupier survey distributed to them this year to review satisfaction in 2017.
Promotion and sharing of best practice where community engagement activities are already established
Dedicated quarterly meetings between fund managers and property managers
Monthly RPI Committee Meetings to track implementation of the RPI policy
Inclusion of Greens leases at the initial stage of all lease negotiations.
Continued to hold quarterly meetings dedicated to ESG across all our discretionary funds
Monthly meetings have continued throughout 2017 to maintain momentum and evaluate progress against objectives regularly.
Inclusion maintained throughout 2017.