Stakeholder dialogue - Fabege

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Stakeholder dialogue

Fabege’s principal stakeholders are customers, employees, creditors, shareholders and analysts, suppliers and the other parts of society in which the company operates. The company enjoys a continuous dialogue with all stakeholder groups, and in 2015 we conducted a more in-depth dialogue with customers, creditors and employees.

This was done in the form of a survey which aimed to compile information to assess Fabege’s essential sustainability aspects. In 2017 we continued to work on the basis of the materiality analysis performed in 2015, and we have not identified any need for changes.

Customers

Dialogue format Sustainability issues Results

Continuous dialogue/customer service

Customer satisfaction surveys

Newsletters

Cooperation on Green Leases

Tenants’ health and safety

Environmental risks and soil remediation

Good business ethics

Energy-efficiency enhancements

Additional bicycle parks, rental bike pools and expanded public transport services

Environmentally certified properties

Additional gyms, food trucks, restaurants and other services in the neighbourhood

Reduced energy consumption in the property portfolio, with improved indoor climate

Employees

Dialogue format Sustainability issues Results

Employee performance valuations

Employee surveys

Café Fabege (meeting forum)

Conferences

Employee health and safety

Energy-efficiency enhancements

Good business ethics

Terms of employment and skills development

Updated Code of Conduct

Conference for all employees focusing on business ethics

Joint training during working hours

More eco-cars

Performance reviews

Owners and analysts

Dialogue format Sustainability issues Results

Annual Report

Quarterly reports

Capital market days

Roadshows and one-to-one meetings

Long-term, stable return based on a sustainable business model

 

Sustainability report according to GRI in Annual Report

Participation in various investor surveys such as ‘Sustainable Value Creation’ and GRESB

Approved for inclusion in Robur’s ethical funds, Nordea’s Star funds and the OMX Sustainability Index.

Creditors

Dialogue format Sustainability issues Results

Presentations, quarterly reports, annual report, web

Meetings, property viewings and seminars

Capital market days

Energy-efficiency enhancements

Environmental risks and decontamination

Stable finances

Good business ethics

Employee health and safety

Continuous sustainability discussions with creditors

Green financing

Suppliers

Dialogue format Sustainability issues Results

Centralised procurement/framework agreements subjecting suppliers to demands for complying with Fabege’s Code of Conduct

Demands for impeccable business ethics and Code of Conduct

Continuous quality measurements of suppliers

Far-reaching demands in respect of materials selection in connection with new builds and redevelopment

Requirement that suppliers comply with Fabege’s Code of Conduct

Sustainability inspection of suppliers

Society

Dialogue format Sustainability issues Results

Regular meetings with municipal and public authorities

Collaborative meetings together with networks of companies (BELOK, SGBC, Swedish Property Federation, Byggherreforum, Close, etc.)

Cooperation agreements with non-profit organisations

Work together for sustainable property and city district development

Create vibrant neighbourhood environments with a mix of offices, residential units, services and nature areas

Stimulate social sustainability through measures such as targeted youth activities

Decision to contribute SEK 100m to finance expansion of underground rail service to Arenastaden

Environment and energy classification of buildings according to Miljöbyggnad, BREEAM and Greenbuilding

Cooperation concerning sustainable urban development

Sponsorship of Ung affärsidé, Friends, Städa Sverige, the Childhood Foundation and sports associations

Cooperation concerning sustainable urban development such as Citylab Action

Published 14 January 2019

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