Quality directly links to our reputation as a reliable and sustainable developer. For all our townships, including residential and commercial areas, we assessed the product quality of our design, materials and workmanship and also any potential safety risks for the people who will live and work there.
Reduce design and workmanship defects and improve overall quality and ratings of products.
Overall Product Quality reporting structure covers Property Development only. However, for Property Investment and Hospitality & Leisure, the focus is on the quality of services.
2020 product quality target - average QLASSIC score of 80.5%.
2024 product quality target - average QLASSIC score of 82.5%.
2030 product quality target - average QLASSIC score of 85%.
2019 average QLASSIC score was 81%.
In 2019, we strengthened our Quality Assurance (QA) process as detailed:
Businesses not only needs to fulfill an economic function, but also needs to be socially responsible. Our CSR focus is aligned towards developing sustainable communities through shared value creation for women, children, foreign workers, indigenous people and local communities. We work to implement solutions with local community engagement and develop solutions in accordance with this aim. In doing so, we partner with civil society to achieve these outcomes sought.
Sime Darby Property undertakes an ongoing Social Responsibility CSR program to support the base principle of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030, which is to leave no one behind.
Our recent CSR initiatives have included some of the following:
Although we plan and build all our townships and integrated developments to embed sustainability, from planning, to construction, to occupation, we selectively choose products that go through third party Green Certification. Below is a range of green certified examples.
Third party verification of green projects to assure customers and stakeholders of a product or township’s low carbon impact and energy efficiency potential.
To support the world agenda on climate change mitigation and impact reduction. High-performing green buildings or township certification plays a key role in reducing the negative climate impacts of the built environment. Green ratings either local or international allocate high weightage to climate change mitigation strategies such as: