ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY PERFORMANCE MEASURES*
|EPRA Code||Performance measure||GRI Standard and CRESD indicator code||Unit(s) of measure||2018||2019|
|Elec-Abs||Total electricity consumption||302-1||annual kWh||1,042,214||1,565,262|
|Elec-LfL||Like-for-like total electricity consumption||302-1||annual kWh||427,291||471,718|
|DH&C-Abs||Total district heating|
& cooling consumption
|DH&C-LfL||Like-for-like total district heating|
& cooling consumption
|Fuels-Abs||Total fuel consumption||302-1||annual kWh||2,834,540||1,890,419|
|Fuels-LfL||Like-for-like total fuel consumption||302-1||annual kWh||0||0|
|Energy-Int||Building energy intensity||CRE1||kWh/sqm||372.64||264.12|
|GHG-Dir-Abs||Total direct greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions||305-1||annual metric tonnes Co2||21,041||22,709|
|Elec||annual metric tonnes CO2||589||884|
|DH&C||annual metric tonnes CO2||19,738||21,224|
|Fuels||annual metric tonnes CO2||714||601|
|GHG-Indir-Abs||Total indirect greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions||305-2||annual metric tonnes CO2||-||27,532|
|GHG-Int||Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity from building energy consumption||CRE3||tonnes CO2/unit||-||0.08|
|Water-Abs||Total water consumption||303-1||annual cubic metres (m3)||-||Currently not collected, will be collected from 2020 on|
|Water-LfL||Like-for-like total water consumption||303-1||annual cubic metres (m3)||-||Currently not collected, will be collected from 2020 on|
|Water-Int||Building water intensity||CRE2||sqm/appropriate denominator||-||Currently not collected, will be collected from 2020 on|
|Waste-Abs||Total weight of waste by disposal route||306-2||annual metric tonnes and proportion by disposal route||-||Currently not collected, will be collected from 2020 on|
|Waste-LfL||Like-for-like total weight of waste by disposal route||306-2||annual metric tonnes and proportion by disposal route||-||Currently not collected, will be collected from 2020 on|
|Cert-Tot||Type and number of |
sustainably certified assets
|CRE8||annual metric tonnes and proportion by disposal route||-||Currently not collected, will be collected from 2020 on|
Data do not comprise total portfolio, but only buildings which have been managed by energy management of AES for the full year representing 37.8 percent of total assets in 2019.
SOCIAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES
|EPRA Code||Performance measure||GRI Standard and CRESD indicator code||Unit(s) of measure||2019|
|Diversity-Emp||Employee gender diversity||405-1||Percentage of employees|
|Diversity-Pay||Gender pay ratio||405-2||Remuneration of female employees in relation to average pay of relevant group in %|
|Emp-Training||Employee training and development||404-1||Average hours||4.79|
|Emp-Dev||Employee performance appraisals||404-3||Percentage of employees|
There are probationary period and annual appraisals, combined with target-setting meetings if necessary. Regular performance and career development reviews have not yet been used systematically. Performance is discussed in annual appraisals, but for most positions, classic career development is not an option.
|Emp-Turnover||New hires and turnover||401-1||Total number and rate|
|H&S-Emp||Employee health and safety||403-2||Injury rate, absentee rate and number of work related fatalities|
|H&S-Asset||Asset health and safety assessments||416-1||Percentage of assets|
Since ADLER is subject to the usual operator obligations, all technical facilities are inspected and evaluated at regular intervals (100%). If defects are found, these are recorded. The service providers responsible for remedying the defects are informed immediately afterwards and then commissioned to remedy them. An emergency number is available to tenants in the event of faults that pose an immediate danger (loss of heating, burst water pipes, power failure, etc.). This number can be used to contact locally active service providers who are contractually obliged to deal with the faults immediately and avert damage from the tenants.
|H&S-Comp||Asset health and safety compliance||416-2||Number of incidents|
In 2019, there were no faults caused by breaches of supervisory or public safety obligations that would have led to a permanent threat to the health of the tenants.
|Comty-Eng||Community engagement, impact assessment and development programs||413-1||Percentage of assets|
As the owner, ADLER is responsible for the functionality of the technical facilities and for compliance with public safety obligations. This applies to the total property portfolio. In the case of larger residential complexes, changes in the portfolio are usually integrated into urban development measures that are the responsibility of cities and municipalities.
GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE MEASURES
|EPRA Code||Performance measure|
GRI Standard and CRESD indicator code
Unit(s) of measure
|Gov-Board||Composition of the highest governance body|
Members of management board:
Average duty time: 5,42
|Gov-Selec||Process for nomination and selecting the highest governance body|
There is no formal nomination or selection procedure, nor is one mandatory. However, the criteria used are those resulting from both legislation (Section 93 AktG) and the Corporate Governance Code.
|Gov-CoI||Process for managing conflicts of interest|
The members of the highest governance body are also subject to the company’s compliance requirements. In addition, the governance bodies are regularly questioned in the course of the audits of the annual financial statements in accordance with recognised auditing standards.