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Landsec has partnered with Ambassadors’ Day: Corporate Net Zero and will bring their real estate investor and developer perspective on achieving Net Zero and creating lower-carbon built environment. Landsec will offer participants an expert audience with their top management. Being the first commercial real estate company in the world to have its carbon emission target approved by the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) in 2016 Landsec is uniquely positioned to share their experience and lessons for decarbonising business and the industry. 

At Landsec, we build and invest in buildings, spaces and partnerships to create sustainable places, connect communities and realise potential.  We are one of the largest real estate companies in Europe, with a £12 billion portfolio of retail, leisure, workspace and residential hubs. Landsec is shaping a better future by leading our industry on environmental and social sustainability while delivering value for our shareholders, great experiences for our guests and positive change for our communities.

“It’s our collective challenge and responsibility to lead the way to a lower-carbon economy.”


Mark Allan, Chief Executive Officer, Landsec

Why are Net zero carbon buildings important for businesses?

We believe that prioritising net-zero carbon buildings is the key to creating value for communities and driving forward sustainable innovations.

To achieve this, we developed our £135m ‘net zero investment plan’ in 2021.

How can we create a lower-carbon built environment?

As one of the largest real estate companies in Europe, with a £11 billion portfolio and huge influence,  we believe that it is vital that we consciously look to create a lower carbon built environment.

Real progress towards a more sustainable future

Some of our targets include: 

Reducing energy intensity by 45% by 2030 (compared with 2013/14 baseline) 

Net Zero corporate journey

At Landsec, we create places that make a lasting positive contribution to our communities and our planet.

Interview with Jennie Colville, Head of ESG and Sustainability, Landsec

Across our business, we’re enhancing our carbon reduction targets to align with the Science-Based Target initiative (SBTi) Net-Zero Standard to ensure that our actions respond to the urgency and scale of the climate emergency.
Mark Allan, Chief Executive Officer, Jennie Colville, Head of ESG and Sustainability and Alexia Laird, Senior Sustainability Manager – Development will be presenting Landsec’s Corporate Net Zero Journey on 19 January 2023 for 1 hour in a style of “Audience with Partner” with slide presentation and extensive 1-2-1 Q&As with Mark and his team: 

11.45 – 12.45 Audience with Landsec


The Audience format will consist of intial 30 mins team slide presentation and latter 30 mins of 1-2-1 Q&As with Partner’s team.

The format will offer an opportunity to hear from and engage directly with company’s top management team on the detials of their corporate Net Zero journey and will offer a clearer understanding of best practices and latest thinking on co-ordinating on decarbonisation, mobilising the organisation for delivery, building innovative partnerships and financing models to fuel decarbonisation, leveraging green financing solutions, integrating carbon into business decisions and corporate governance, finding and trialling suitable decarbonisation technologies, creating actionable and cost effective decarbonisation plan, showing what the end result might look like and inspiring others with their Net Zero journey.

If you would like to meet with Mark Allan and Landsec Team please register below.