Link actively adopts green and sustainable building practices across our portfolio. We aim to improve the environmental and social performance of our buildings and to provide spaces that enhance the well-being of occupants.
We target to obtain green/sustainability-related building certifications for all the buildings in our portfolio, and have established criteria for obtaining green, environmental, or health and well-being building certifications based on asset type and investment life cycle.
We prioritise acquiring buildings with existing certifications or put in place post-acquisition asset enhancement and certification plans.
We seek to attain the highest building certification levels where possible.
We target at minimum to obtain existing building certifications with a focus on management or energy use to demonstrate our commitment to sustainable building management and operational efficiency. We also upgrade equipment and service levels in our buildings to higher sustainability standards, or complete larger asset enhancement projects and obtain relevant certifications.
100% green building certification coverage across our portfolio* by 2025/2026
Develop minimum sustainability performance standards for each asset class and meet these standards by 2025/2026
*Note: Green building certification includes environmental, health and well-being-related building certification schemes. Portfolio excludes retail <40,000 sq ft by IFA, car park properties and newly acquired/ developed assets without green building certification within 24 months.