Ayala Land Sustainability Overview

Ayala Land’s commitment to sustainability is best expressed through its products and the way each site has been carefully assessed and selected, masterplanned and designed, developed and constructed, and ultimately managed and maintained to enable Filipinos to succeed through generations. Our analysis of the Philippine and global situation, appreciation of scientific information, as well as our insights on customer concerns, led us to identify attributes that will contribute to the long-term sustainability of our developments. These attributes are embodied in our four focus areas site resilience, pedestrian and transit connectivity, eco-efficiency and local economic development.

By focusing on these four areas, we look forward to communities that not only create long-term value for our customers, investors and various stakeholders, we also contribute environmental, social and economic benefits for the larger public.

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As a way of contributing significantly and positively to society, we have made sustainability the blueprint by which every Ayala Land development is designed — to continuously enhance land and enrich the lives of more people. Watch this video to find out more.

 

Latest News
ALI shares sustainability initiatives in 2-day dialogue in Bangkok
April 5, 2017
Top executives from leading Asian corporations and senior government officials from India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam, convened to identify solutions and next steps for operationalizing corporate commitments for large-scale clean energy development in Asia. Ayala Land’s Sustainability and Planning Manager Anna Maria Gonzales was a featured speaker at this unique event. Gonzales highlighted the innovative […]
Iloilo and Ayala Land’s sustained rehabilitation projects
April 3, 2017
More than three years after Super Typhoon Yolanda, Ayala Land, together with Ayala Corporation, Ayala Foundation and representatives of the local government, reaffirms its commitment to support the fishing communities devastated by the typhoon. A “Palukso” commercial fishing vessel was recently turned over to the community alongside the groundbreaking of a fish processing facility in Barangay […]

Site Resilience

We recognize the importance of minimizing developmental impact to the environment, and the particular vulnerability of the Philippine environment to natural calamities.

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Pedestrian and Transit Connectivity

Our estates are designed to be pedestrian-friendly and accessible to public transport. We create an efficient “live-work-play” community that promotes an active and healthy lifestyle.

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Eco-efficiency

We respect that water, energy, and raw construction materials are finite resources to be used judiciously. We employ the creative use of passive design and technology to minimize energy, water, and waste footprint.

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Local Economic Development

Our strategic presence through our various developments across the Philippines helps us to create new opportunities for employment and productivity.

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