As an investor, employer, and partner for our care providers, united by a common vision for our residents, we acknowledge our corporate responsibility and strive to fulfil our role in pursuing these objectives. Care Property Invest’s aspiration is to become a leader in sustainability within the healthcare real estate industry. To prepare for the upcoming demands, such as the ageing population, rising disparities, climate change, and energy transition, we must address significant obstacles and look to the future.

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the imperative for sufficient healthcare provisions and tailored infrastructure. While the pandemic’s repercussions on the broader population persisted into 2022, the initiation of vaccination programmes throughout Europe has aided in fostering a more all-encompassing understanding of the hazards prevalent in residential care centres, where occupancy levels were generally experiencing a resurgence by the latter half of 2021 and in 2022.

We have recently revised our strategy framework by conducting a new materiality assessment that follows the requirements of the double materiality principle of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). Based on this assessment, Care Property Invest has shaped its ESG commitments, focusing on three impact areas: ‘Investing in sustainable buildings’, ‘Building lasting relationships‘, and ‘Leading through ethical practices’. These commitments, translated into measurable targets, will allow us to build a strong sustainability foundation within our strategy and our way of operating.



To effectively execute our sustainability strategy, we have initiated a sustainability roadmap that outlines specific targets and objectives to guide our efforts. This roadmap is expected to evolve in the upcoming year, as we intend to establish science-based targets that align with industry standards and ensure our environmental goals are both measurable and time-bound.