Nordika aims to create inviting, secure, and inclusive spaces with best-in-class service offerings and amenities. The process of enhancing the assets is anchored in sustainability principles. Through mindful development and forward-thinking initiatives, Nordika are committed to building environments that resonate with today's needs and tomorrow's aspirations.
Prior to investment decisions, Nordika uses an ESG due diligence framework, where an evaluation of the risks and opportunities regarding environmental, social and govenance elements are taken into consideration for every targeted investment.
To evaluate and provide information on the risks and opportunities associated with the transition to a climate-neutral portfolio, Nordika has implemented and aligned its reporting with the TCFD (Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures) recommendations.
Nordikas climate approach focuses on the comprehensive improvement of underutilized assets, often involving the revitalization of outdated and inefficient spaces to create modern, high-quality assets that benefit end-users and enhance the local environment for the broader community.
Nordika has opted for a strategic membership in the GRESB (Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark) initiative since 2021 to ensure consistent and comparable sustainability efforts over time.
Nordika supports the promotion of long-term energy efficiency, and aims to achieve BREEAM In-Use certification for all its assets.
Our sustainability objectives focus on:
- Paving the way for climate change adaptation.
- Creating environments that are both appealing and inclusive with a focus on service and health amenities.
In Nordikas endeavor to align with the global sustainability agenda, Nordika commit to the objektives of the Paris Agreement, and has established short- and long term targets in alignment with:
- The UN's Sustainable Development Goals
- The principles of the UN's Global Compact
People and health
Nordika strongly believes that a broader diversity will contribute to a better team, return, and society.
Nordika promotes health, well-being, and actively works to strengthen the employee welfare.
Nordika strive to be a flexible organization that nurtures, engages, and creates a healthy work environment for employees to achieve meaning and personal development.
Nordika was one of the first in the Nordics to obtain Well certification on our assets. It is a system for advancing human health and well-being in buildings and communities
kWh/sqm building electricity
points in GRESB of total 100
sqm certified since inception
Certification & standards
Nordika has a long-term target that all assets will have a buildning certification by time of divestment.
Nordika places a strong emphasis on certifications for multiple reasons, as they guarantee quality, safety, and environmental responsibility.
Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark
To ensure that the sustainability work is reliable and consistent over time, Nordika has since 2021 had a strategic membership in GRESB. In 2022, we increased our score from 62 to 88.
To provide information on the risks and opportunities associated with the transition to a climate-neutral portfolio, Nordika has implemented the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations.
Library of sustainability reports
PAI-statement describes the integration of sustainability risks in investment decision-making
The sustainability policy sets out guiding principles and direction for Nordikas long-term sustainability work