AMP Capital 2030 Real Estate Sustainability Strategy
At AMP Capital, we are committed to creating long term sustainable outcomes through our real estate assets, across our supply chain and in the communities in which we operate. Through this commitment, we will ensure that:
—Our buildings are places where people love spending time.
—We encourage and support our people to do their best work with us.
—We care for the land we use while protecting and restoring natural habitats.
On the 28th of October 2019, we launched an ambitious 2030 Sustainability strategy. The strategy aims to address key sustainability challenges including climate change, waste, biodiversity, social impact, accessibility and supply chain sustainability.
Enduring value is about creating long-term benefits for all, and in doing so, shaping a better future. For our customers, we will create places that people love to be in and ensure these places are highly efficient with best-practice facilities.
We look forward to seeing what we can achieve together between now and 2030, and are also eager to hear from our customers about how together, we can provide sustainable workplace solutions.
NABERS is a national rating system that measures the environmental performance of Australian buildings, tenancies and homes. Put simply, NABERS measures the energy efficiency, water usage, waste management and indoor environment quality of a building or tenancy and its impact on the environment.
It does this by using measured and verified performance information, such as utility bills, and converting them into an easy to understand star rating scale from one to six stars. For example, a 6 star rating demonstrates market-leading performance, while a 1 star rating means the building or tenancy has considerable scope for improvement.
For over ten years, NABERS has helped property owners, managers and tenants across Australia to improve their sustainability performance, reaping financial benefits and building their reputation.
NABERS is managed nationally by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, on behalf of Commonwealth, state and territory governments.