CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust - Sustainability Report 2022

CICT is committed to building safe, accessible, vibrant and quality real estate developments to enhance the lives of its stakeholders and communities around our properties. Its social integration criteria, which are integrated in the CapitaLand Sustainable Building Guidelines (SBG) include: • Ensuring accessibility in the built environment to people of different age groups and varying mobility • Enhancing connectivity to public transport, roads, amenities and between buildings • Providing community spaces as public gathering points In addition, Universal Design (UD) considerations ensure that public spaces in the properties are accessible to users of different age groups and varying abilities. These include: • Seamless connectivity to the external surroundings, such as bus stops, adjacent buildings, streets and sidewalks 21 Properties conveniently located in close proximity to public transport hubs 15 Properties with community event spaces >1,000 Bicycle Bays 75 Electric vehicle charging stations in collaboration with Singapore Power Mobility and Bluecharge BlueSG partnership on electric car-sharing at 7 Malls (CQ@Clarke Quay, Funan, Lot One Shoppers’ Mall, Plaza Singapura, Raffles City Singapore, Tampines Mall andWestgate) LOCATION GREEN TRANSPORTATION COMMUNITY ACCESS CICT’s 21 properties in Singapore are largely aligned to the social integration criteria. • Barrier-freeaccessfromaccessible(handicapped) parking lots and family parking lots to lift lobbies • Sheltered and barrier-free drop-off areas • Accessible (handicapped) and family lots • Designated pedestrian lanes in car parks • Amenities such as accessible toilets, lifts and nursing rooms Being incorporated in the SBG ensures that these criteria are considered from the start of the project development process for any major renovations and developments in Singapore. For its newprojects in Singapore, a target has been set to achieve at least a UD Mark Gold certification as assessed by Singapore’s Building & Construction Authority (BCA). Overseas properties are to comply with local UD/barrier-free codes and guidelines, and are encouraged to adopt Singapore’s BCA UD Guide in the absence of local codes and guidelines when undergoing asset enhancement. ALL Properties with at least one facility for disability access such as alighting and boarding bays, lifts, parking lots, public toilets and guide-dog friendly policy Integrated Sustainability Report 2022 25 Social Integration