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PRI reporting framework 2020

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Post-investment (monitoring and active ownership)

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PR 08. ESG issues in post-investment activities

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.

To contribute to our ambition of making our real estate portfolio more sustainable, we try to incorporate ESG issues as much as possible. For example, in a renovation proposal we research upgrades to more energy efficiency, reuse of material and water-saving options. Furthermore, we monitor, measure and report on energy usage and we have targets for our own portfolio (see more later) and energy efficiency. Our CO2 emissions are reduced, we have installed solar panels on buildings in our core portfolio and currently investigate technical solutions to install solar panels in all buildings.

ACTIAM monitors and support ESG related improvements on an individual buildings basis. Together with property managers, we review and assess ESG related performance in that period and pursue solutions to improve environmental and social aspects of every building. 


Property monitoring and management

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

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
          100% of portfolio with A energy labels by 2030
        
          Measure energy consumption. Find ways to improve together with tenants. KPI is different per building
        
          When renovating, make energy label at least two upgrades
        
          On path to achieve it, share is of 54% in end 2019 (69% are above C energy label)
        
          KPI 100% met in 2019
        
          KPI 100% met in 2019
        
Target/KPI
Progress Achieved
          Carry out efforts on rezoning plan of land into mixed residential and public use.
        
          When possible, “single-tenant” usage for building will be changed to mix use (if possible)
        
          When a building is not-occupied, alternative usage will be taken into account.
        
          Engagement with current tenants, developers and municipality started in 2019. Process of rezoning plan is currently ongoing.
        
          KPI 100% met in 2019. Includes refurbishment efforts to enable multi-tenant purposes and current office standards.
        
          KPI 100% met in 2019. Studies on transformation of space for diverse uses performed.
        
Target/KPI
Progress Achieved
          Pre-screening all tenants to pre-identify risks and negative environmental and social impacts
        
          Maintain regular discussions with our PM towards new performance contract
        
          Start Solar Panel installation project
        
          KPI 100% met in 2019
        
          KPI 100% met in 2019
        
          KPI 100% met in 2019, final assignments for instalation of the solar panels in core protfolio buildings given in Q4 2019, completion expected in 2020
        

09.3. Additional information. [Optional]

More KPIs and targets can be found in the (direct) real estate policy: https://www.actiam.com/en/SysSiteAssets/4_verantwoord/documenten/nl/vb_vastgoedbeleid.pdf
 


PR 10. Certification schemes, ratings and benchmarks

10.1. Indicate whether your property assets are assessed against certification schemes, ratings and/or benchmarks

10.2. List the certification schemes, ratings and/or benchmarks your property assets are assessed against and what proportion of your property assets they apply to.

Specify
          BREEAM
        
Proportion of property assets these apply to

(in terms of number of property assets)

Specify
          Energy efficiency labels (EPA-U)
        
Proportion of property assets these apply to

(in terms of number of property assets)

10.3. Indicate if your organisation uses property specific reporting standards to disclose information related to your property investments’ ESG performance.

          BREEAM, EPC label
        

10.4. Additional information.

The frequency of updating the above information is according to regulatory requirements (e.g. once every three years, or five years, depending on the label) or after any significant changes. 


Property developments and major renovations

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

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.

11.3. Additional information. [Optional]


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.

          We share knowledge with tenants, introducing ESG topics on the agenda of the semi-annual consultations, creating awareness of sustainability, providing insights on energy usage
        

12.3. Additional information. [Optional]

In 2019, we have enhanced our direct discussions on tenant satisfaction with our biggest tenants, gathering insights on a regular-basis. Property managers are more closely and directly engaged with tenants, on a regular basis, aiming to improve both environmental and social performance of the building environment.  

 


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.

We introduced the Green Lease in 2016. Since then, we only lease out with a Green Lease agreement (for office properties) (except with Dutch Government due to their own format, which has even higher standards). As the contracts have, in average, a 5-year duration, a portion of leases are still not under the Green Lease agreements, which can transition upon the end of current contracts.


Community engagement

PR 14. Proportion of assets engaged with on community issues

14.1. Indicate what proportion of property assets your organisation, and/or your property managers, engaged with the community on ESG issues during the reporting year.

(in terms of number of property assets)

14.2. Indicate if the following areas and activities are typically part of your, and/or your property managers’, community engagement.

          Organize meeting with the stakeholders involved (e.g. several buildings owners, Gemeente, etc, to improve the quality of the space for society)
        

14.3. Additional information.

We often organise meetings with municipality, tenants, neighbours and other stakeholders regarding ESG issues. For instance, ACTIAM is currently part a stakeholder group involving various owners of office buildings in a certain area. There we aim to collaborate with other owners in developing opportunities such as training and/or social experiences to provide to those working in these office buildings.


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