Helping to create Tomorrow's World

Edinburgh St James

Helping to create a Tomorrow’s World which supports thriving communities, businesses and ecosystems.

We believe it is our duty to create outstanding places for people in the communities of tomorrow, where community-wide prosperity is unlocked and environmental systems are restored. We fulfil this objective by being bold in our vision for places and by insisting on the highest standards of design, construction and operation, and by integrating a whole-life, real-life performance optimisation approach into our development and management processes.

We are helping to create a Tomorrow’s World which supports thriving communities, businesses and ecosystems by:

- providing our people with opportunities and encouragement to volunteer through the provision of time and match-funding, with a focus on educational, social, cultural and environmental stewardship projects;
- aiming to measure, benchmark and target key ESG metrics for all assets under management, whilst increasing our participation in, and engagement with respected industry organisations, such as the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB), to help improve their relevance for our clients;
- seeking the highest practicable green building and wellness ratings for our development and major refurbishment projects, where there is a sensible business case for doing so;
- creating a stretching framework for sustainable development, refurbishment and fit-out projects, which is applicable in tailored form for all project sizes, types and locations;
- continuing to engage with prospective and existing occupiers to promote and facilitate more sustainable occupancy;
- seeking to enable the occupiers of our commercial properties to be successful and responsible businesses by providing support and collaborating on performance monitoring and enhancement initiatives.

 
Mike Sales

Mike Sales

Head of TH Real Estate

Mike's biography
We seek to engage positively and proactively with our stakeholders to help protect and improve the future prospects of the cities and communities in which we invest, aiming to safeguard our clients’ investment interests whilst having a positive impact in the world around us.
Princesshay

Princesshay honey flow

Princesshay, a dominant city centre scheme jointly owned by our UK Shopping Centre Fund and The Crown Estate, has launched a new piece of commissioned public art by Exeter based artist Amy Shelton. The initiative is part of the asset's City Bee project. The Princesshay Honey Flow light box is situated in Bampfylde Lane, opposite Princesshay’s customer service office. To celebrate the occasion, Princesshay and local arts charity, Honeyscribe hosted a series of bee themed events for visitors of all ages as part of Honeyscribe's Hive project. Learn more.

Note: Past performance is not a guide to future performance.