Sustainability

Cromwell started measuring its sustainability performance in 2006 and began reporting against the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines in 2009, producing its first annual report in that year.

Our values underpin the way we operate individually and collectively as a business and also how we engage with our key stakeholders; our people, investors, tenants and also the communities in which we work and live.

Our sustainability framework details how we work with, and report to, these key stakeholders for the purposes of meeting our primary business objective which is to provide securityholders with stable, secure and increasing distributions per share.

Cromwell’s Sustainability Committee formally reports to the Board of Directors, the principal governance body within the organisation via the Audit and Risk Committee. The Sustainability Committee itself is chaired by the Head of Sustainability and Development and includes senior executives responsible for each of the 5 identified pillars within Cromwell's sustainability framework.

Global Approach

Cromwell has historically reported on its economic performance and core property assets in Australia. In March 2015 Cromwell acquired a pan European institutional investment manager.

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5 Pillars Framework

Cromwell’s Sustainability Committee formally reports to the Board of Directors, the principal governance body within the organisation via the Audit and Risk Committee.

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Performance & Reports

Cromwell reports its sustainability performance on an annual financial year cycle, ending 30 June. Cromwell's Sustainability Reports can be found within this section of the website.

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Case Studies

Cromwell's asset management teams are continually looking to improve the sustainability performance of the assets within our portfolio.

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