Minimising land consumption

Minimisation of land


The transformation of natural, agricultural or forest areas into urbanised land is known as ‘soil artificialisation’. At Goodman, we are well-aware that this artificialisation of soils calls into question the relations between humans, their communities and nature and that it can cause harm to biodiversity.
Minimisation of land


We understand that having the right property in the right location is important for our customers. They need to be close to consumers and other key infrastructure in order to be efficient. Our strategy is therefore to acquire lands close to urban populations, because by 2050, more than two-thirds of the world population will live in cities*.

*Source: UN, 2018