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SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT

Mitsubishi Estate Group Value Creation Model

Mitsubishi Estate Group Value Creation Model

Promoting sustainable urban development with the aim of realizing a sustainable world while increasing social value

In order to promote businesses that help realize a sustainable world while increasing social value, the Mitsubishi Estate Group has established the Mitsubishi Estate Group Sustainability Vision 2050 to move toward a corporate management focused on sustainability by 2050. The Group has also established Mitsubishi Estate Group 2030 Goals for SDGs in its Long-Term Management Plan 2030Open new window. These goals serve as milestones that define specific themes and actions in working to achieve the 2050 vision.

Anticipating Changes in the
 International Community and Business
 Environment

In addition to regularly researching needs and trends in the international community and the regions where we operate our business, the Mitsubishi Estate Group continually ascertains the opinions of diverse stakeholders on a daily basis in order to continue to provide new value. The formulation of a medium-to-long term growth strategy with an eye on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is also part of this process.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Demonstrating the Group's Strengths
 Cultivated through Diverse Business

In formulating our growth strategy, we take advantage of our strengths, which include urban development with an ultra-long-term perspective spanning 50 or 100 years, a legacy of being ahead of the times, a wide range of contact points with stakeholders from residence to business and industry, and far-reaching interests in real estate in Japan and overseas.

The Mission of
Mitsubishi Estate
Group

Creation of a truly meaningful
society through urban
development

Powerful real estate assets

Close relationships with communities, customers, and partners

Credibility as a reliable and trusted brand

Varied information obtained from extensive range of business fields

Diverse human resources

Robust financial base

Planning
and
design

Project
management

Leasing,
sales

Management
(AM, PM)

Redevelopment,
asset sales

Asset
acquisition
and
investment

Business Segments

  • Commercial
    Property Business
  • Residential
    Business
  • International
    Business
  • Investment
    Management
    Business
  • Architectural Design
    &Engineering
    Business and
    Real Estate Services
    Business
  • Other
    Businesses
  • Customers
  • Business partners
  • Shareholders
    /investors
  • Local communities
  • Officers/employees
  • Competitors
  • Media
  • Governments
  • NGOs, NPOs
  • Educational
    institutions

Material Issues

In order to promote further Group-wide integration of sustainability and management, the Mitsubishi Estate Group identified changes in the business environment and the strengths of each of the Group's businesses in light of SDGs. It then established seven material issues—the key areas for the Group to pursue in its sustainability management—based on the future opportunities and risks.

  • Environment
  • Globality
  • Community
  • Diversity
  • Declining Birthrate
     and Aging
     Population
  • Leveraging Existing
     Properties
  • Digital Innovation

Identifying the Material Issues

Long-Term Management Plan 2030

To realize its corporate mission and sustainable growth, the Mitsubishi Estate Group has established the Long-Term Management Plan 2030Open new window, which drives its strategy to increase both social value and shareholder value. Moreover, as part of its strategy to increase social value, the Group works to achieve the Mitsubishi Estate Group 2030 Goals for SDGs, which consist of four key themes aligned with the Group's material issues, to help realize a sustainable world.

ESG Value Creation through Business

Value
Propositions

Sustainability
Social issue solutions

Quality Of Life
Innovative services & experiences

Mitsubishi Estate Group Sustainability Vision 2050 Be the Ecosystem Engineers We aspire to be a corporate group (=engineers) that provides spaces and infrastructure (=ecosystems) where all actors (individuals, corporations, and more) are able to coexist sustainably and thrive together—economically, environmentally, and socially.