United Urban and the Asset Management Company have been engaged in ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) initiatives.
The Asset Management Company established the Energy Saving Committee and the Energy Saving Working Group in 2012 for more effective use of energy and has endeavor to reduce energy consumption. In the same year, United Urban formulated the Environmental Policies and the Asset Management Company set up the Sustainability Committee in charge of addressing ESG issues in the following year.
United Urban has been participating in the GRESB (Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark) survey since 2012. The "Green Star" rating was granted to United Urban in 2020 for six consecutive years. United Urban set Basic Supply Chain ESG Policy in 2017 and has been working on "Materiality" on ESG issues in cooperation with its stakeholders including vendors.
United Urban and the Asset Management Company will continue to commit to ESG issues in order to realize the sustainable society through asset management services.
Materiality on ESG Issues
United Urban defines its ESG initiatives to be highly prioritized as "ESG Materiality".
The followings are comprised in United Urban's ESG Materiality.
|*||For details, please refer to ESG Materiality.|
|・||Green certified buildings|
|・||Tenant and property manager engagement|
|・||Employee job satisfaction/wellness|
|・||Contribution to local community/local government|
|・||Employee performance/career development|
|・||Disclosure and assurance|
|・||Disclosure for investors|
|・||Executive compensation/Employee remuneration|