Now in its third iteration, This Changes Everything is bold, focused, and authentic. It sets out clear targets to ensure we continue to have a positive environmental and social impact and make better choices in all that we do.

Our approach to ESG is anchored in Mirvac’s focused, diversified, integrated strategy, and our purpose
to Reimagine Urban Life.

From the way Mirvac designs and manages our assets, to how we use our buying power, to the communities we are creating together, and the homes and neighbourhoods in which our customers live, being environmentally and socially responsible has become firmly embedded at Mirvac.

As well as ensuring Mirvac is delivering value to our securityholders, Mirvac is continuously looking at how we can reduce our impact on the planet and leave a positive legacy in our communities.

We’ve applied innovative thinking to solving sustainability problems in different ways, resulting in market-leading initiatives such as the House With No Bills. Importantly, Mirvac also recognises that sustainability is about more than just the environment. Placing renewed emphasis on social sustainability, we prioritised important projects such as developing our second Reconciliation Action Plan, which supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart, directing $100 million to the social sector by buying from social and Indigenous enterprises, investing in our communities, and measuring our social impact.

We also have an ongoing commitment to people and culture, which can be seen in our leading employee engagement scores. Our engaged workforce is willing to go above and beyond to make Mirvac a success. We know it’s not just what we do that matters, it’s how we do it, too. Being the most trusted owner and developer matters to us. We set ourselves that goal because if our key stakeholders trust us to do the right thing, our partnerships are more valuable, and more enduring.
Our refreshed strategy focuses on nine key areas where we can deliver the most positive impact.


Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.  

Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.