Comprehensive reporting on how we create sustained value through best-practice management of environmental, social, and governance issues.
FY19 Performance Summary
|5.0% Growth in distribution per security
5.5% Growth in Adjusted Funds from Operations (AFFO) per security
10.1% Return on contributed equity
|98% Dexus office portfolio occupancy
52,815sqm Dexus office development leasing
$7.1bn Group development pipeline
Circa $2.2bn future concept development opportunities
$1.6bn gross value added (GVA) from completed developments
10,149 construction jobs supported
|+40 Employee Net Promoter Score
37% females in senior and executive management
27% roles filled by internal applicants
Future Enabled Customers and
|+46 Customer Net Promoter Score
>$1.2m value of community contribution
>$550m spent with operational suppliers
|950,351sqm of office space rated 5 star NABERS Energy or above
12.4% reduction in like-for-like emissions since FY15
10.9% reduction in like-for-like energy consumption since FY15
45.6% reduction in group office emissions intensity since FY08
22.0% reduction in group office water intensity since FY08
>$136m saved through enhanced portfolio energy efficiency since FY08
Dexus sustainability performance reporting
Our annual sustainability performance reporting provides the commitments, metrics, and case studies that explain why we are considered a global leader in sustainability.
2019 Sustainability Performance Pack
2019 Sustainability Data Supplement
2019 Disclosures on Management Approach
2019 Annual Report
An integrated summary of the value created across Dexus's key resources
Sustainability reporting library
Our current sustainability reporting suite and historical reports
Our key sustainability objectives
Building constructive, enduring
relationships with our customers, communities
and suppliers to create value.
Contributing to economic prosperity and sustainable urban development across Australia's key cities.
An efficient and resilient portfolio that minimises our environmental footprint and mitigates climate risk.
Solar benefits Dexus and its office customers
100 Harris Street in Pyrmont has had an interesting history dating back to the late 1890s when it served as one of Sydney’s original woolsheds. The heritage building was redeveloped into high quality office space in 2017 and following Dexus’s acquisition of the property, the building has been taken to the next level through the installation of 606 rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) panels.
When Dexus acquired the heritage building, it identified that the property was well suited for solar panels due to its distinctive sawtooth roof which was a typical design of manufacturing properties of its time.
Explore our latest insights on sustainability trends affecting the workplace.
Office towers heart art
Water wise quick wins