CSR

An ambitious CSR policy at the heart of the strategy

Icade’s CSR policy is at the heart of the Group’s identity, strategy and management culture. It is based on robust governance and continuous dialogue with its stakeholders, and is built on three pillars: societal, environmental and social aspects.

Our three CSR pillars

Icade’s CSR strategy is designed to support new practices and respond to local needs, to accelerate energy transition and resource preservation, and to develop employees’ skills, improve well-being at work and increase diversity.

Urban Farm in Aubervilliers

The environmental pillar

Icade is a pioneer of sustainable property development with buildings whose energy consumption, resource requirements and impact on the climate and biodiversity are reduced – guaranteed by the demanding certifications it is awarded.

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Pont de Flandres business park

The societal pillar

Icade supports new practices with solutions that offer users both comfort and quality of life, and also strengthens its local impact with community-focused work to help the most vulnerable populations.

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Icade employees in our headquarters.

The social pillar

Icade’s social policy is designed to develop employees’ skills, make the company more appealing, improve the quality of life at work and promote diversity. 

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Best in class CSR & Innovation

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Cycle Up, a digital platform for reusing materials

Launched in 2018 by Icade and Egis, this re-use platform is aimed at all sector stakeholders. In just 12 months, 2500 products sold via Cycle Up have eliminated the production of 30 tonnes of waste (200 tonnes of CO2) and have created 72 hours of supported employment.

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Next-generation workspaces

By launching the Open ID project, Icade has chosen to roll out a single approach from its headquarters across the entire country. It has focused on creating open, flexible working spaces, co-working spaces and relaxation areas, and on implementing remote working.

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Terres de Versailles – the perfect example of a garden city

This future residential district will combine an exceptional heritage setting with a property development that has a positive social and environmental impact. It will include a next-generation garden city, a micro-farm, a permaculture training centre and 150 shared gardens.

Publications

Registration Document 2018

3 April 2019 PDF - 17 MB

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Contact

Daphné Millet

CSR Director