We respect the fundamental rights of all people to live and work in environments that foster ingenuity, accord and vitality.
For QICGRE, much of our work centres on relationships. Fostering positive, working associations with those who influence or are influenced by the development and operation of our assets is critical to our success.
We approach the way we engage with our stakeholders by seeking to view the work we do through their lens and understanding their needs and priorities throughout the lifecycle of our assets.
We undertake a thorough process of identifying and mapping stakeholders via a range of internal forums, which include a cross-section of personnel from within our business. These personnel may include (but are not limited to) senior management, fund managers, asset investment managers and analysts, centre management staff, stakeholder relations officers, marketing teams, and construction and operational contactors.
We require ongoing compliance with all laws and legal requirements relating to bribery, corruption, money laundering, fraud or similar activities. This includes our retail and business partners.
We are committed to acting ethically, responsibly and with integrity in all our business relationships and take a risk-based approach to our service providers’ compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
We are committed to responsible investment practices. This involves ensuring there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in any part of our business operations.
Once again the QICGRE team supported the 2017 Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal to raise more than $38,000 in funds for much needed social and community services, with retail centres across our Australian portfolio offering space for fundraising efforts.
“The Salvation Army values the part that QIC played in allowing our volunteer collectors to rattle their Red Shield Appeal buckets at their shopping centres and office buildings,” said Major Neil Dickson from The Salvation Army’s Queensland branch.
“QIC’s ongoing support means we are able to engage with so many of our supporters who appreciated the opportunity to donate while out shopping or on their way to work, helping us raise valuable funds.”
|State||Collection location||Total raised|
|QLD||Robina Town Centre||$1,378|
|QLD||The Village Mt Gravatt||$4,061|
|QLD||111 George Street||$1,511|
|QLD||66 Eagle Street||$118|