For the third consecutive year, IGD received the EPRA sBPR Gold Award, the most important recognition given to corporate sustainability reports, for the degree of compliance with the EPRA sustainabiity’s Best Practices RecommendationsApprofondisci
IGD participated in the Italian Sustainability Day, the first event entirely dedicated to sustainability organised by Borsa Italiana, the Italian Stock Exchange, to promote dialogue between companies and investors on ESG and sustainability issues.
A project designed with the idea to create an innovative model of circular economy to recover food waste within a shopping centre by converting it into “second products” which will then be introduced into the shopping centre itself in the form of products or services. With Impronta Etica as coordinator, IGD, together with Coop Alleanza 3.0 and Camst – the Italian Food and Beverage Company – is the promoter of this initiative.
The Corporate Welfare Plan has been up and running since April 2017 and its objective is to increase the individual wellbeing of the employees and their immediate family in the local area and to have a positive impact on the organisational structure and the internal atmosphere.
IGD obtained the Legality Rating from the Antitrust Authority (L’Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato – AGCM) with a score of three stars, the maximum score possible for this recognitionApprofondisci
Sustainability Report regarding the year 2015 was approved for the first time by the Board of Directors.Approfondisci
IGD, in cooperation with FISH – Federazione Italiana per il Superamento dell’Handicap (Italian Federation for overcoming Handicaps), launched the Happy Hand in Tour project, involving the organisation of sports and artistic events in its shopping centres for able bodied individuals and those with disabilities.
The IGD Group’s Business Plan 2015-2018 takes into account the first concrete signs of a reversal in the global economic trend, reflected in the upward revision of all the growth forecasts for Italy.
In Centro Sarca and Centro d’Abruzzo, that were subject to restyling, works have been carried out to improve the accessibility to the centers for individuals with disabilities, such as the extension of the parking lots and their approach to the entrance. An external path for blind people has also been realized at the Centro d’Abruzzo
Training on CSR in 2014 involved all the headquarters employees after having involved executives and managers in addition to the directors of the shopping centers in 2013.
The Board of Directors unanimously approved the Business Plan 2014 – 2016, updated to reflect the changed global market conditions. The Plan focuses on sustainable portfolio management and the existing pipeline, as well as improving the financial indicators.
IGD, together with its subsidiary IGD Management Srl, received ISO14001 environmental certification from DNV Business Assurance for the shopping centers CentroSarca in Sesto San Giovanni (MI), I Bricchi di Isola in Asti (AT), Gran Rondò in Crema (CR) and Mondovicino in Mondovì (CN).
Starting from 2012 the monitoring of shopping centers electricity consumption takes place with a specific monthly report that allows punctual and specific analysis and evaluation.
We presented our first Sustainability Report for the year 2010, which aims to respond to the need to give us a method, and specific targets for our efforts.Approfondisci