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Land Securities shares city stories in latest CR Report

16/06/2014

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As Land Securities moves increasingly towards an integrated approach to its annual reporting, this year’s Corporate Responsibility Report provides a brief update on its strategy, an overview of an in-depth stakeholder engagement exercise, and high level performance against targets. The Report also features stories of five cities in which Land Securities has significant investment and therefore associated responsibilities.

Every city has its own story and this Report shows how, through its responsible approach to its business, Land Securities is helping to make the stories of Leeds, Portsmouth, Victoria in London, Glasgow and Oxford positive ones. Highlighting challenges as well as successes, they are real, honest, and told by the local teams.

In terms of detailed performance – particularly on energy and carbon emissions – the Report also delivers “the most extensive reporting of environmental metrics, in line with EPRA sBPR requirements, of any CR report published by Land Securities yet” (Corporate Citizenship ISAE 3000 assurers).

In spite of this, Land Securities has recognised that across the industry, reporting against carbon emissions is inconsistent – it remains difficult to benchmark against peers. In the interests of transparency, Land Securities has committed to report the absolute energy performance of its highest energy consuming buildings, across both customer demise and common parts. You will find its first assessment in this report.

Throughout the year, Land Securities tells its sustainability stories as they happen. To receive these regularly please visit www.landsecurities.com/contact-us/email-alerts.

Visit www.landsecurities.com/responsibility to view and download the latest Corporate Responsibility Report.

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