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Environmental standards

GRESB

Goodman is committed to GRESB, the leading Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) benchmark for real estate and infrastructure investments across the world. Globally, Goodman is rated as a ‘Sector leader’, whilst in the UK we have achieved the 5 Star Rating in Real Estate Assessment, ranking us at the top of our industry. 

BREEAM

In order to benchmark the environmental performance of our buildings, we assess all new UK developments against the BRE Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM). All new buildings will target a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ specification as standard.

UK Green Building Council

Goodman is a member of the UK Green Building Council, supporting its mission to ‘radically improve the sustainability of the built environment by transforming the way it is planned, designed, constructed, maintained and operated’.

Energy Performance of Buildings Directive

We implement the requirements of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and assess the operational energy performance of our buildings. All new Goodman properties achieve an ‘A’ rated Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) as standard.

The Planet Mark

Goodman and its employees are also engaged in a programme to measure, report and reduce the company’s environmental impact and improve both its social and economic performance. The Planet Mark, a programme delivered in partnership with the Eden Project, recognises the highest in sustainability standards, representing Goodman’s commitment to:

  • positive action to improve environmental, social and economic performance;
  • integrated sustainability reporting in-line with current legislation and protocols; and
  • engagement with employees, stakeholders, local and global community projects.

Goodman has been awarded the Planet First Achievers Award, recognising its commitment to improving sustainability performance and achieving significant carbon reductions in its business operations over the last five years.