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Faced with the far-reaching changes to people’s ways of living and working and the urgent need to reduce its environmental impacts, the real estate sector is in the midst of a transformation. Icade is mobilising on all fronts to meet social, societal and environmental expectations. To offer relevant and creative solutions, we have chosen to work with our stakeholders to co-construct our property products and services. Together, we create value at every level and by doing so, we help to build cities that are more sustainable, more inclusive and more resilient and that bring real comfort and well-being to their users.

Daphné Millet CSR Director

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What is Icade doing to address the environmental, social and societal challenges of tomorrow?

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« Icade’s CSR goals are a central part of its strategy. We have made ambitious commitments to reduce our carbon footprint and follow a 2°C or even 1.5°C pathway. Icade has set three environmental priorities with demanding goals—namely to facilitate low-carbon transition, promote biodiversity and support initiatives in favour of the circular economy. As Icade is also constantly attentive to its stakeholders’ needs, our objective is to offer our customers desirable places where they can live and work. To accomplish this, we co-develop innovative and sustainable real estate solutions and services. In addition, we contribute to local social and economic growth through initiatives promoting professional integration and diversity, local partnerships, community events and skills sponsorships. We have also initiated innovative programmes to attract top talent. Creating a stimulating, collaborative work environment, developing expertise, ensuring a healthy work-life balance and encouraging diversity are initiatives that we consider key to promoting the quality of working life. »

A dynamic CSR policy

Icade’s CSR policy is built around three areas: 

- low-carbon transition and preservation of resources;

- new habits and lifestyles and partnerships with local authorities and communities;

- employee skills development, workplace well-being and diversity.

Five priority issues have been identified by our internal and external stakeholders. Particular attention is paid to these issues in the CSR commitments set out in the 2019–2022 Plan:

 

CSR priority issues for Icade

One of the ways the CSR issues were prioritised was by analysing the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Icade has determined eight priority goals and five significant goals, which it is working hard to achieve. These relate to operational efficiency, developing new products and services, and engaging with society. 

Contribution to UN Sustainable Development Goals
A strong governance structure

To ensure the success of its CSR policy, Icade relies on three governing bodies responsible for devising and managing its CSR strategy: 

- the Innovation and CSR Committee, comprised of three directors, two of whom are independent, is responsible for prioritising the areas for action in innovation and CSR;

- the Executive Committee, comprised of 11 members including the Head of CSR and Innovation, is responsible for defining Icade’s CSR strategy;

- the CSR Advisory Committee, comprised of 13 external players chosen for their expertise and commitment. This Committee is tasked with steering Icade’s CSR policy and ensuring its implementation in collaboration with Icade’s governance bodies. This Committee includes:

  • Jean-Louis Borloo, Chairman of Icade’s CSR Advisory Committee, President of Énergies pour l’Afrique, Former Mayor-MP of Valenciennes and Former Minister of State
  • Frédéric Bardeau, Chairman and co-founding member of the Simplon School
  • Gilles Bœuf, University Professor, President of the Scientific Council of the Agence française pour la biodiversité
  • Nicolas Buchoud, Urban Planner, President of Cercle Grand Paris de l’Investissement Durable
  • Emmanuelle Duez, founding member of The Boson Project start-up and La Compagnie by Boson
  • Nicolas Hazard, Founding Member and Chairman of Inco
  • Benoit Leguet, Managing director of I4CE (Institute for Climate Economics)
  • Thierry Marx, Chef
  • Carlos Moreno, University Professor, Human Smart City and Smart Control of Complex Systems Specialist
  • Arnaud Mourot, Managing Director of Ashoka
  • Anne Quéméré, Sailor
  • Hélène Valade, Head of Environmental Development at LVMH, Chairwoman of ORSE (CSR monitoring unit)
  • Laurence Vanhée, Chief Happiness Officer of Happyformance
Always listening to stakeholders

Icade’s CSR approach is based on identifying its stakeholders and developing in-depth knowledge of them in order to better meet their needs. 

To achieve this, Icade holds regular and constructive dialogue with its key stakeholders.

Icade CSR stakeholders

Results of the 2019-2022 CSR commitments and results

By clicking on this link, you will find the table in Excel format of the CSR indicators.

Contact

Daphné Millet

CSR Director