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PRI reporting framework 2019

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Occupier engagement

PR 12. Proportion of property occupiers that were engaged with

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]

CCLA seeks to be an active owner of our property assets. Our approach ranges from taking general steps to improve the performance of our buildings to concentrating on specific assets where we have identified key issues.

Sustainability information is included in occupier handbooks that are distributed at our multi-let properties and sustainability is a standing agenda item for all occupier meetings. It is our hope that this will gradually improve the day to day performance of our buildings.

In addition to the above we have set an explicit target to reduce the footprint of the largest assets within our portfolio. This has required targeted interventions and detailed dialogue with occupiers. We also identified a specific issue in regards to water use at a building in London. We worked with one occupier to reduce the amount of water used; this rectified issues for all other tenants and reduced the overall usage in the building.  


PR 13. Proportion of green leases or MOUs referencing ESG issues

13.1. Indicate the proportion of all leases signed during the reporting year that used green leases or the proportion of Memoranda of Understandings (MoUs) with reference to ESG issues.

(in terms of number of leases or MoUs)

13.2. Additional information.


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