Comprehensive reporting on how we create sustained value through best-practice management of environmental, social, and governance issues.
FY20 Performance Summary
|50.3 cents Distribution per security
50.3 cents Adjusted Funds from Operations per security
9.0% Return on contributed equity
|$32.0bn Value of group property portfolio
96.5% Dexus office portfolio occupancy
$1.5bn Gross value added from completed developments
9,227 construction jobs supported
$10.6bn Group development pipeline
|+61 Employee Net Promoter Score
36% Females in senior and executive management
100% Safety audit score across Dexus workspaces
Future Enabled Customers and
|+50 Customer Net Promoter Score
>$1.1m value of community contribution
>$2000 supplier partnerships
|1,053,157sqm Group office space rated minimum 5 star NABERS Energy or above
1,058,585sqm Group office space rated minimum 4 star NABERS Water or above
50.1% Reduction in group office emissions intensity since FY08
>$164m 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.
2020 Sustainability Report
2020 Annual Report
Sustainability reporting library
Current and past reports
Our key sustainability objectives
A strong network of value chain partners (customers, communities and suppliers) who support Dexus and are positively impacted by Dexus.
A high-quality portfolio that contributes to economic prosperity and supports sustainable urban development across Australia's key cities.
An efficient and resilient portfolio that minimises our environmental footprint and is positioned to thrive in a climate-affected future
Capturing sun and providing shade at Willows Shopping Centre
In May 2020, Dexus completed one of Australia’s largest car park solar projects at Willows Shopping Centre in Townsville (owned by Dexus Wholesale Property Fund and managed by Dexus). The project includes 4,800 solar PV panels that will generate approximately 2,500 MWh per annum, equivalent to the usage of 370 Queensland households. At retail centres like Willows, onsite solar PV works well because centre visitation tends to be higher during the daytime, which is also the time when solar PV systems generate the most power (a quality referred to as “load matching”). The benefits of the project extend beyond the provision of renewable energy and includes the installation of shade sails that will further enhance the amenity for centre visitors.
Explore our latest insights on sustainability trends affecting the workplace.
Office towers heart art
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