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We consider strong governance, with strategic management of our environmental and social impacts as integral to our future success.

The Company’s Non-Executive Board has direct responsibility for determining the strategic direction and policy for sustainability. As Manager to Tritax EuroBox, Tritax Group is responsible for setting and delivering the Company’s sustainability strategy. Tritax Group has implemented a responsible business plan to minimise its operational impact and provide low carbon services to the Company. It is accredited in ISO 14001 for the environmental management of the Funds and has a strong commitment to attracting and retaining talent.

Tritax EuroBox’s Management Engagement Committee (MEC) oversees the relationship between the Manager and the Company; the Chairman of the MEC meets with the Manager regularly to review the relationship.  The Board receives regular updates on the recruitment, training and development of the staff of the Manager, and through this close engagement is able to ensure the correct resource and employee management policies are in place for the effective management of the Fund.

Our Manager - Tritax Group

The Manager’s Partnership Board oversees the competent and ethical operation of the Group, assuring that the long-term interests of all stakeholders are being served. They have a dedicated company secretarial team who, together with our Head of Compliance, ensure that the highest standards of corporate governance and regulatory practice are applied across our business and Funds. Tritax Group’s governance is strengthened by their dedicated Corporate Social Responsibility Committee which is responsible for integrating our corporate ESG strategy into all areas of the business and investment strategy.

Tritax Group corporate policies and reports

Tritax Group has a comprehensive set of policies in place to ensure effective governance and high ethical standards across the business. 

They value their team, recognising that success is derived from the collective ability to work together to reach objectives and better serve the long-term interests of all stakeholders. Tritax Group’s staff are central to creating and fostering its unique corporate culture where a caring, inclusive and diverse culture is actively encouraged by all staff and partners alike. 


  • ESG policy  
  • Environmental policy (ISO14001) 
  • Biodiversity policy 
  • Sustainable new construction 


  • Community engagement policy 
  • Human rights 
  • Local Community Investment Fund 
  • Social Value Charter 


  • Bribery and corruption 
  • Code of Conduct  
  • Data protection 
  • Modern slavery and human trafficking 
  • Supplier Code of Conduct  
  • Supplier Health & Safety 
  • Whistleblowing 


  • EPRA Report 2021 
  • EPRA Report 2020 
  • Materiality assessment 
  • Net zero pathway 
  • TCFD 
Date Title Download
28 Nov 2023 Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 2023
29 Jun 2023 EuroBox EPRA Report 2022
21 Jun 2022 Tritax Group Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Policy
30 Nov 2022 EBOX Biodiversity Policy
29 Jun 2022 2021 EuroBox EPRA Report
21 Jun 2022 Tritax Group antibribery and corruption policy
01 Sep 2021 Tritax Group Health and Safety Policy
01 Sep 2021 Tritax Group Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
01 Sep 2021 Tritax Group Human Rights Policy
01 Sep 2021 Tritax Group Political Donations Policy
01 Sep 2021 Tritax Group Supplier Code of Conduct
01 Mar 2021 Tritax Group Business Code of Conduct
01 Mar 2021 Tritax Group ESG Policy
01 Jan 2021 EuroBox EPRA 2020 Disclosures
01 Dec 2020 Whistle-Blowing Policy
01 Dec 2020 Data Protection Policy
01 Sep 2020 Social Value Charter

Modern Slavery Act Disclosure

Our Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 2023

We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of ethical behaviour and expect the same of our business partners. The use of slavery and human trafficking is unacceptable and entirely incompatible with our ethics as a business. We believe that all efforts should be made to eliminate it from our supply chains.

We recognise that real estate and construction are sectors that are highly ranked in terms of being prone to exploitation. This statement details the steps taken this financial year to address and combat the risks of slavery and human trafficking in the Company’s business and supply chains, and the steps the Company intends to take in the next financial year. 

Download our Modern Slavery Statement for the financial year ending 30 September 2023 which is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and has been approved by the Company’s Board of Directors on 28 November 2023.

Robert Orr
Tritax EuroBox Plc

Meeting high standards
Integrating sustainability across all activities