Goodman is a global expert in functional business space and logistics, and our sustainability vision is focused on creating long-term relationships with our key stakeholders around the world and enhancing the communities in which we operate.
To shape this vision, Goodman’s sustainability programme was formalised in 2007 and has brought together a range of development, asset management and industry activities under one sustainability umbrella. There are four key areas that drive our sustainability programme: the marketplace, our workplace, the environment, and our communities.
Goodman’s sustainability platform has recently undergone a shift from a regional focus towards a truly integrated global programme, managed by the Group Head of Sustainability and supported by the Group Sustainability Committee and regional representatives across the globe.
Our global programme is structured to encompass a series of projects and measured activities that address Goodman’s key sustainability drivers across our four key areas. This includes:
As a major global industrial landowner and developer, Goodman is well aware of the benefits of incorporating sustainable design principals into our new developments. Sustainability is an extension of Goodman’s own + develop + manage customer service offering. Our long-term philosophy includes a sustainable approach to the environment, as well as proper consideration of our social and economic responsibilities to the wider community. Optimising the sustainability potential in new developments through green design initiatives, positions a property well to minimise its environmental impacts and provide long-term benefits to for customers and the local community.
As such, Goodman works closely with our customers during the planning and design phase to optimise the sustainable design elements of the development.
Goodman's approach to sustainable property development aims to: