Sustainability policies and guidance
We’ve created a number of procedures and policies to make sure we act responsibly in everything we do.
Our Biodiversity Brief is used to guide our partners and expand on our biodiversity requirements across our portfolio.
This policy sets out our overarching commitment to sustainability and outlines our statement of intent and the principles upon which our corporate strategy is founded.
This policy is supported in more detail by our policies relating to specific areas of sustainability including: Human Rights, Environment and Energy, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking.
Our Code of Conduct is not just about policies. It's about the way we behave every day. It's about the way we treat our customers, both internally and externally. And it's about the way we live our values. We want to ensure our people have the guidance they need to make the right decisions.
This policy sets out our intent and commitment to managing our business activities with minimal impact on the natural environment.
Equal opportunity is about good employment practices and efficient use of our most valuable assets, namely our employees. It is our policy to appoint, train, develop and promote based on merit and ability alone.
This policy formally documents and outlines our statement of commitment and core principles to respect the human rights of all those who work on behalf of Landsec.
This policy provides a framework, which defines how the Company will manage Occupational Health & Safety throughout its operations. It also provides the foundation for our certification to the H&S standard ISO 45001:2018.
This policy addresses our obligations under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, which is the primary piece of legislation covering occupational health and safety in Great Britain. It also helps us to comply with other relevant statutory provisions, including The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and the Equality Act 2010.
This policy outlines our approach to Mental Health First Aiders in the workplace by setting out guidance in terms of the role of the Mental Health First Aider, the responsibilities for employers and expectations and support for employees. This policy is applicable to all of our employees.
This document sets out the materials we prohibit use of in our construction activities based on health impacts, responsible sourcing, embodied impact and resource efficiency considerations.
This policy sets out our commitment and approach to managing aspects of sustainability throughout the acquisition and disposal of assets.
This policy is intended to provide best practice guidance to those assigned responsibility in performing right to work checks across our supply chain
The purpose of this policy is to formally document and outline our commitment and approach to inclusive stakeholder engagement.
Our Supplier Code of Conduct sets out our non-negotiable expectations of our suppliers including providing safe and healthy working conditions and fair pay for their own employees.