Press launch 27 September 2022 at 11:00 am
SATO, one in every of Finland’s largest rental housing suppliers, has launched its new Sustainability Programme for 2023–2026. The programme is themed on sustainable housing, wellbeing in communities and sustainable profitability.
SATO is one in every of Finland’s greatest rental housing suppliers, holding round 25,000 rental houses occupied by some 50,000 residents. SATO’s new Sustainability Programme, the second of its sort, builds on three pillars: environmental, social in addition to financial sustainability and sustainable governance.
“Last year, we made sustainability one of the three cornerstones of our strategy. Sustainability is a key component in our long-term value generation for our various stakeholders. It is about concrete actions that can be seen in everything we do. We aim to be a forerunner in sustainable rental housing,” says Susanna Kari Gonzaléz, Sustainability Manager at SATO.
SATO’s sustainable working ideas lay the inspiration for sustainable and worthwhile business operations over the long run that allow out contributions to sustainability work and to creating residential environments that promote our residents’ wellbeing.
“Together with our customers, we create enjoyable residential environments that promote wellbeing, and we strive to provide meaningful housing. We desire to promote diversity and seek to reduce inequality in society,” Kari Gonzaléz says.
Sustainable urban-setting houses to final generations to come back
The constructed atmosphere is essential to local weather change mitigation. SATO’s best local weather impacts are from vitality consumption in the course of the residential use part and from the development and repairs of our houses. SATO might be carbon impartial by 2030 by way of in-use vitality consumption. Combating and adapting to local weather change are on the core of SATO’s sustainability work.
“We acquire and develop rental homes in growth centres close to good transport connections and amenities with an eye to long-term holding. We improve the energy efficiency of our homes and increase the share of emission-free energy in total consumption. “In modernisations, for example, our goal is to achieve an improvement of around 30% in energy efficiency. Our aim for newbuild projects is energy class A,” explains Markku Honkasalo, CFO.
SATO’s Sustainability Programme was ready with enter from stakeholders together with clients, workers and companions. Covering targets and actions for 2023–2026, the programme is predicated on an evaluation, conduced along with stakeholders, of the weather of sustainability which are perceived to be most essential. The Sustainability Programme and its targets will function steering in each day-to-day decision-making and extra long-term growth efforts.
SATO’s Sustainability Programme 2023−2026 (in Finnish) is obtainable at https://www.sato.fi/en/sato-company/sustainability
For extra data on sustainability at SATO please contact:
Susanna Kari González, Sustainability Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone: +358 201 344 194
Markku Honkasalo, CFO email@example.com, telephone +358 201 344 226
SATO Corporation is an knowledgeable in sustainable rental housing and one in every of Finland’s largest rental housing suppliers. SATO owns round 25,000 rental houses within the Helsinki Metropolitan Area, Tampere and Turku.
SATO goals to offer a superb buyer expertise and a complete vary of city rental housing options with good entry to public transport and companies. We promote sustainable growth and work in open interplay with our stakeholders. SATO invests profitably, sustainably and with a long-term view. We improve the worth of our property by investments, divestments and repairs.
In 2021, SATO Group’s internet gross sales totalled EUR 298.3 million, working revenue EUR 304.5 million and revenue earlier than taxes EUR 259.4 million. The worth of SATO’s funding properties is round EUR 5 billion. www.sato.fi