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Our Sustainability Responsibility

Achieving the goal of environmental sustainability in urban development is a pressing issue, both today and in the future. We recognise the importance of working towards sustainable goals and we believe that the fund’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) framework is an important and binding factor in creating long-term value for not only our investors but also for society.

While Greenman does not have, as its objective, a sustainable investment, we do promote environmental and social characteristics making ESG factors an integral part of the investment and development process; with the potential to increase the value of our investment portfolio, reduce exposure to risk, and play an important part in ‘future-proofing’ assets.

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To follow Greenman’s ESG Framework and meet its ESG goals we intend to target the following environmental and social characteristics:


Greenman has committed to reducing the environmental impact that its retail centres have upon their surroundings. Greenman will set and work to achieve energy consumption targets, support our tenants in also achieving these targets, and promote renewable energy generation; all in order to achieve an environmentally friendly portfolio.


Real estate plays a pivotal role in the development of a more sustainable world, not only because of its considerable use of materials and land, but also because people’s lives are centred around buildings. Greenman aims to promote Community Engagement across all its retail centres, ensuring support the local community.

Our Sustainable Environmental Targets

  • 2023: Calculation of the OPEN portfolio’s total carbon footprint
  • 2035: We will only acquire carbon neutral retail centres
  • 2040: The OPEN portfolio will be EU Taxonomy aligned to c. 20% of NET Zero goals


To demonstrate the positive financial impact ESG and non-rental income initiatives will have on GMO’s performance we have set ourselves the target, that by 2025, 5% of the fund’s annual revenue will be generated from non-rental income initiatives.

These initiatives will include, but not be limited to, the environmental and social activities listed below.

Reduction in Energy Consumption

Renewable Energy Generation

Smart Buildings

Artificial Intelligence Investment

Sustainable Food Production

Localised Supply Chain

Charity & Education


The General Partner (GP) of Greenman is responsible for the implementation of the fund’s offering document and is overseen by a Board committed to high standards of corporate governance. The GP has also appointed a Management Company, a Depositary and an Administrator to ensure strong governance and effective oversight.

Annual Report 2021

Highlights of the year including new acquisitions and rental developments.


Key Dates 2022

29 June 2022
AGM of Greenman Investments

29 June 2022
Availability Annual Report for 2021

29 June 2022
AGM of Greenman Investments

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