Ethical Property is an international family of organisations with the common aim of making the best use of property for society and the environment. We work to define what Ethical Property means, to demonstrate it in action and inspire others to put it into practice.
The aim of the company is to pioneer property investment with genuine social, environmental and financial returns and to strengthen and facilitate the work of the social change sector by providing fair and affordable rents and services to organisations working to achieve social change.
The work of the company is first and foremost driven by the ethical values shared by our shareholders and our Board of Directors. Decisions on operations and governance of the company always include careful consideration of the ethical, social and environmental consequences of our actions, and we will always consider these as equally important to the financial results of our work.
Our accounts, which are published annually and can be read in full in our Annual Reports, are divided into social, environmental and financial accounts, making Ethical Property a company with a genuine, honest and transparent triple bottom line (the People-Planet-Profit principle).
Those who invest in us have consistently proved to us their willingness to support not only a financially successful company, but also one which puts ethical values at its core.
Tenant satisfaction is considered by our staff as the most important part of their work, and the driving force behind the flexible, friendly and open way we work with our tenants.
As the company grows, maintaining our core values is of particular importance especially in a changing economic climate. The company's Board of Directors attributes particular importance to safeguarding the ethicality of the Ethical Property family. This is governed by a set of principles called the Quintessentials, which prescribe the ethical standards that all members of the Ethical Property family are expected to live up to.