Better Buildings Partnership Welcomes Picton as Latest Member


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The Better Buildings Partnership is delighted to welcome its newest member: Picton Property Income Limited.  

Established in 2005, Picton is a Real Estate Investment Trust investing in UK commercial property. They own a diversified portfolio consisting of 47 assets across the industrial, office, retail and leisure sectors. Through their occupier focused, opportunity led approach, Picton aims to be one of the consistently best performing diversified UK REITs. To Picton, this means being a responsible owner of commercial real estate, helping their occupiers succeed and being valued by all stakeholders. Picton has reported EPRA sustainability measures since 2014 and has participated in GRESB since 2017. 

The BBP feels that the Picton will make an excellent addition to the membership, offering new perspectives that will ensure that the BBP is as effective as possible. The joining of Picton brings the membership of the BBP up to 36 property owners.

Michael Morris, Chief Executive at Picton: 

“This is an exciting moment to be joining the Better Buildings Partnership and become part of a growing movement within the industry that has recognised the requirement and urgency to change how our industry manages sustainability. We look forward to getting involved and being part of that positive change.” 

Sarah Ratcliffe, CEO at Better Buildings Partnership:

“We are delighted to welcome another new member to the Better Buildings Partnership. Picton’s commitment to address sustainability across its diverse portfolio will make the company a valuable addition to the membership. We look forward to collaborating with them to help drive change across the real estate sector at this critical time for climate change and sustainability.”

You can find Picton’s latest Sustainability Report here.