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How we report

We are committed to reporting our progress in an accessible and transparent way.


Reporting in an accessible and transparent way allows us to be intentional and thoughtful about our ability to effectively manage the risks and value we generate as a company – not only for our shareholders, but also for our people, the planet and society.

Our energy consumption and carbon emissions are independently verified by SGS UK in line with ISO14064. We also disclose information in line with the European Public Real Estate Association’s Sustainability Best Practice Reporting guidelines (EPRA sBPR) and have secured a Silver Award for this for the past two years.

We take part in a number of independent assessments of our performance on environmental, social and governance issues, including the sector-leading Global Real Estates Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) and through CDP, a not-for-profit charity running a global disclosure system for investors. We have achieved steady year on-year improvements for both of these, culminating in a four-star GRESB rating in 2020 and a score of 81/100, which is well above the overall average score of 70.

In 2020, we formally signed up as a supporter of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and are aligning our climate-related risk management processes with the TCFD guidelines.

Some of the schemes we disclose to and align with are set out below. We are focused on ensuring that our approach and progress are clear and understandable.