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    Sustainability

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Cheong Heng Leong

CEO & Chair of EcoWorld London Sustainability Committee

In 1987, the United Nations Brundtland Commission defined sustainability as “Developments that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”.

All of us have a responsibility to take meaningful actions now to safeguard our planet and, consequently, our collective future.

What we do today will leave a lasting legacy, so it’s imperative that our business operations is underpinned by a sustainability strategy with clear, meaningful steps to achieve this.

By embracing this approach and putting it at the heart of who we are and what we do, we will be ensuring that the homes and communities that we create are truly sustainable and have a lasting, positive legacy.

By committing to create Exceptional Environments, Connected Communities and an Outstanding Organisation, we are embodying what the “Eco” in our name stands for and mapping a sustainable path to a better tomorrow, and beyond – for all of us.

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Changing the world one community at a time

We fully understand that we are at the early stage on our journey, and we have worked in close collaboration with our key stakeholders to identify key material issues that we need to address across the overarching themes of Exceptional Environment, Connected Communities and Outstanding Organisation.

We have identified Individual focus areas and are developing action plans, road maps and targets that will enable us to promote the long-term wellbeing of both people and planet in all aspects of our business, and therefore we will be honouring our responsibility to safeguard our world and leave a lasting and positive impact for tomorrow and beyond.

Exceptional Environment

Creating places that will stand the test of time. We have a responsibility to ensure that the homes we build minimise their impact on the planet by using resources intelligently, both during the building process and during their lifetime of use.

  • To be Net Zero Carbon in our own business operations by no later than 2025.
  • To commence our journey to ensure all our developments are water neutral and achieve net environmental gain on our sites by 2035.
  • To commence our journey to ensure all our developments are Net Zero for carbon by no later than 2040.
Material issues and objectives

Connected Community

Making a positive impact in the places we build and help foster strong, flourishing communities for generations to come.

  • Build on EcoWorld London's existing CSR strategy and increase engagement to 400 students a year by 2024.
  • Have a positive impact on the lives of 5,000 people in the next 10 years.
    (Of this number 50% to come from “priority disadvantaged groups”).
  • By 2024 fully implement all action plans in response to the 11 recommendations from the EcoWorld London Social Value framework and toolkit document November 2021.
Material issues and objectives
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  • Purposeful Construction & Placemaking

    We will create beautiful places that have a measurable positive legacy in the surrounding area.

  • Building Wellbeing & Productivity

    Our buildings will deliver excellent indoor environmental quality, enable active lifestyles and provide access to nature.

  • Community Cohesion

    We will create warm and welcoming developments for all, collaborating with communities to enhance sense of belonging and pride of place. We will incorporate community cohesion targets and information to help inform decision making at project appraisal stage.

  • Quality of Life

    We will work towards improving quality of life for our communities through providing affordable amenities, good quality homes, access to nature and public transport.

  • Education & Skills

    We will create a positive legacy for London by engaging with young people to inspire the future generation of professionals within the development and construction sectors.

  • Local Economic Development / Enterprising Communities

    We will create a positive legacy for local enterprise by providing opportunities for local businesses, including social enterprises, through our procurement portal.

Outstanding Organisation

Be a trusted civic partner in all of our interactions and nurture a culture where innovation, creativity, and pride in our work is at the heart of everything we do.

  • In 2022, develop a strategy for EcoWorld London to be a Gold award winner on the NextGeneration Benchmark by 2027.
  • Support EcoWorld International in achieving FTSE4GOOD accreditation by 2023.
  • Establish internal sustainability training programme for all EcoWorld London employees by end of 2022.
Material issues and objectives
  • Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

    We will create an inclusive environment that inspires employees to collaborate and stimulate creativity, attracting a diverse and talented workforce.

  • Education & Skills

    We will equip our employees with the skills they need to deliver our ambitions, meet their career ambitions and maximise job satisfaction.

  • Stakeholder Engagement & Partnership

    Engage at the earliest opportunity with all our stakeholders to create a joint vision for our developments.

  • Responsible Supply Chain Management

    We will collaborate with our supply chain to improve their environmental and social impacts and that of the materials used in our developments.

  • Transparent Disclosure

    We will ensure the regular disclosure of relevant information to all stakeholders.

  • Culture

    We will embed sustainability into the culture of the business and ensure it is at the forefront of every decision made.

  • Corporate Governance

    We will implement robust procedures to manage our sustainability and wider governance risks.

Policies

We have established policies and guidelines to effectively steer the business towards our sustainable aspirations through sound governance systems.​

Sustainability Reports

HER MAJESTY
QUEEN ELIZABETH II
1926 – 2022

EcoWorld London shares our deepest condolences with The Royal Family on the sad news that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has passed away. We pay tribute to Her Majesty's decades of service and dedication and join the nation in mourning her passing.

Our marketing suites will be closed on Monday 19th September in respect of Her Majesty’s funeral.

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