Corporate Social Responsibility
Hunter REIM recognises that our activities and services may have a direct impact on the natural, human and built environment. It is our policy to minimise this impact, prevent pollution and enhance the environment where possible whilst maintaining our fiduciary responsibility to our investors.
A copy of our current ESG statement (including the Company’s objectives) is available on request by emailing email@example.com.
Hunter REIM supports not-for-profit organisations which are in-line with the Company’s ESG policy.
Charities we support
In the past two years we have provided donations to the following local and national charities:
- Maggies www.maggiescentres.org/our-centres/maggies-edinburgh
- Scottish Opera www.scottishopera.org.uk
- React – reactcharity.org
- Crisis www.crisis.org.uk
- LandAid’s Grenfell Tower Appeal www.landaid.org
We recognise that real estate is a local business and we understand the need to help the communities in which we operate.
At Exchange Quay (EQ) in Manchester, Emmaus Salford has been selected as EQ’s chosen Charity Partner this year as part of its Place Activation and community engagement strategy.
At Cameron Toll in Edinburgh, a number of events have been undertaken to help with local initiatives and charities including:
- Team Jak, a Livingstone based charity for sick children and parents support work with Edinburgh Sick Kids and surrounding hospitals
- Scotland Edinburgh East Guide Dogs
- British Marine Divers East Coast who rescue Dolphins and Seals along the Edinburgh Coast and include Marine Rescue and Conservation Training
- The Blood Bikes charity which is a group of volunteers who transport essential blood supplies to hospitals and encourage blood donations
Hunter REIM is dedicated to respecting and encouraging the health and wellness of our loyal staff. Our staff are encouraged to attend annual 1:1 sessions where they can discuss their physical and mental wellbeing. The Company also ensures that wellness events are run each year to get all of our staff outdoors – whatever the weather!
All our staff meet weekly in an open forum where they are encouraged to speak about any concerns they might have.
We actively encourage our staff to contribute to their local communities and allow volunteering leave for them to carry out various activities and services, in particular with The National Trust for Scotland.
This year some of our staff will participate in the Edinburgh Kiltwalk on the 15th September 2019 in support of Calums Cabin who provide a holiday cottage on the Isle of Bute for free to sick children’s families by referral from hospitals in both Edinburgh and Glasgow.
And in their own time, our staff have been raising funds for their own chosen charities including a 60 mile bike ride in support of Against Breast Cancer and a 10k run for Kidney Research.