• Engagement to understand occupier net zero carbon goals and support wellbeing
  • Support occupiers’ wellbeing and provide a safe environment for all building users
  • Integrating sustainability criteria into lease clauses


  • Launch portfolio-wide occupier engagement, target 20% response rate, to identify:
    • occupier ESG agenda;
    • energy data sharing appetite; and
    • energy efficient knowledge and WHR ESG priorities
  • Implement plan from 2023 occupier survey results
  • Inclusion of green clause principles in all new leases


  • Rolled out an occupier engagement survey to understand the key drivers behind their environmental initiatives

    The biggest challenges facing occupiers emerged as rising supply costs and labour supply. Regarding environmental initiatives, of the occupiers who responded, LED lighting was the mostly widely adopted environmental measure, followed by EV chargers and other transport initiatives such as cycle racks and carpooling. The themes that emerged as the main drivers behind adoption of environmental initiatives were regulation and compliance, cost saving, business reputation, wider business strategy/ethos and improving the working environment. These results will help shape our agenda for the next financial year.

  • Continued our pro-active approach to asset management and occupier engagement
  • Green clauses embedded into all new leases