At Charter Hall we recognise that sustainability is more than protecting the natural environment; it is about responding to the needs of our customers, achieving our long-term commercial goals and working in partnership with our stakeholders to improve environmental and social outcomes.

We have integrated sustainability and community into our business to create a shared value framework. Our aim is to become Australia’s best and most highly recognised property investment and funds management business. We acknowledge that this requires a cohesive, Group-wide approach to sustainability and corporate responsibility that addresses all aspects of the property value chain.

Charter Hall’s Shared Value Framework recognises the UN Sustainable Development Goals and is aligned with the four pillars that underpin our corporate strategy: Access, Deploy, Invest and Manage. Our framework focuses on three key themes - Eco-Innovation, Building Community and Enabling Wellbeing - with our people, in our assets, and in the communities in which we operate.


Deliver smart solutions that make a difference for our customers and the planet.

 Building Community

Increase community value and social cohesion in the places in which we operate

 Enabling Wellbeing

Enhance people’s wellbeing at work and in our supply chain

View our latest Sustainability Report

View our Charter Hall Group Sustainability Policy

For more information on Charter Hall’s sustainability initiatives, please email


Return & Earn 

The NSW Government has introduced Return and Earn to reduce drink container litter. About 160 million drink containers were littered in 2014–15, costing the people of NSW millions of dollars in clean-up fees. This money could have been better spent on community facilities.

The Container Deposit Scheme has been installed at Kings Langley Shopping Centre towards the back of the centre. Shoppers are encouraged to utilise the collection point where they can either receive money for all cans delivered.