A Different Way is how we, at Frasers Property Australia, talk about our vision for a more sustainable future. It's our commitment to creating places where resources are reused, recycled and restored. It's where new ideas are fostered to support people and the planet, and where we take initiatives to help people lead better, healthier lives.To achieve our goals, we've focused A Different Way on three core areas. Each area is supported by ambitious goals and targets that pinpoint how we plan on making a difference.
In 2015 we created A Different Way - a whole new way of thinking and working that helps us boldly grow our business in ways that are good for our people, customers and the environment.
It's been the foundation for a whole suite of exciting changes we've made that affect the way we work more broadly. These changes allow us to set ourselves apart from our competitors and show how Frasers Property is different - more innovative, greener and people-focused - while being authentic and true to ourselves.
We see A Different Way as more than a set of features, but a smart business approach that's ingrained in everything we do, and that gives us the opportunity to lead our industry. It unites and connects our people and projects, and changes our business for the better. Most importantly, it helps us create game-changing value for our customers.
Scaling innovation, being flexible and resilient, and making sounder investment decisions.Find out more
Being smarter, more efficient, and ultimately regenerating the resources we use.Find out more
Inspiring and empowering our people and communities to lead better, healthier lives.Find out more
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General Manager, Sustainability & Real Utilities
Paolo Bevilacqua is the General Manager for Sustainability & Real Utilities at Frasers Property Australia. He has over 15 years’ experience in the property sector and is one of the country’s leading sustainability professionals. Paolo is Chair of the Living Future Institute of Australia and represents FPA on the Property Council of Australia’s National Sustainability Roundtable.
Sustainability Manager, Corporate & Investment Property
Marine holds a Master's in Environmental Management at UNSW, a Bachelor of Business and Management and a Bachelor of Arts (History). She is a Green Star Accredited Professional, NABERS and Commercial Building Disclosure Accredited Assessor, WELL Accredited Professional and Certified Passive House Consultant.
Marine is a strong advocate for Australian building rating tools and is passionate about the impact of the built environment on occupant health.
Living Building Challenge Manager
Stephen is a UK-registered architect and Australian-educated Project Manager with a Master's of Arts in Sustainability & Design. He has been in the building industry for nearly two decades, working across multiple sectors and scales to advance towards better.
Stephen is the current Executive Director of the Living Future Institute of Australia, and Frasers Property’s Living Building Challenge Manager.
Simone completed a Bachelor of Interior Design at UTS and a Master's of Sustainable Development at UNSW. Simone has been working at Frasers Property for two years in both the Commercial & Industrial and Retail Business units and is passionate about creating healthy and sustainable environments for our customers.
Angela coordinates Green Star Communities, across Residential land and medium density projects. Angela holds a Bachelor degree in Environmental Engineering and Sanitation and is currently completing a Master's degree in Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Building at RMIT University. Angela has worked for both the private and public sector and enjoys working with stakeholders from diverse backgrounds. Angela has an interest in technology development and its application on sustainability-related challenges.
Sustainability & Innovation Coordinator
Amira has worked in both sustainability and innovation roles with Frasers Property for three years. Her current work includes the implementation of our Reconciliation Action Plan and Responsible Sourcing project. Amira holds a Bachelor of Science (major in Environmental Biology) from UTS and a Master's of Sustainability from the University of Sydney, and is passionate about social sustainability and gender equality.
Sean works across the residential business to help drive positive social, environmental and economic outcomes throughout all stages of development. Sean has a Bachelor of Environmental Engineering from Monash University and has experience working across a broad range of areas including corporate sustainability and green building design. Sean is particularly passionate about health and wellbeing in the built environment and using sustainability as a tool to create value for customers.
Olivia works across the Corporate and Investment Property teams. She champions carbon neutral and staff engagement initiatives.
Olivia is passionate about empowering people to support change for the better, at scale. She believes in integrated solutions which help people live healthy, connected lives while protecting our natural ecosystems and avoiding climate change. Olivia has a Bachelor of Science (Biology & Environmental Earth Science) from Macquarie University.
Alana is working in Retail on the Burwood Brickworks Project, helping the project to reach Living Building Challenge Certification. Alana has a Master's in Environment (Management) from Macquarie University and is working towards a Master’s in Architectural Science (Sustainable Design) from Sydney University. Alana has worked in both the public and private sector and is passionate about educating industry to make more sustainable choices, with a focus on building products and their supply chains.
Sustainability Manager, Residential
Rory is a registered Architect, holds both an Honours Bachelor of Architecture and Master's in Environmental Design and has 10 years’ experience in design, development and sustainability roles in Canada, the UK, Vietnam and Australia. Rory leads sustainability for our residential business and is passionate about creating communities where people thrive and sustainability is simply a by-product of great design and quality execution.
Sustainability Manager, Commercial & Industrial & Retail
Andrew leads the integration of sustainability initiatives within Frasers Property’s Retail, Commercial and Industrial developments. Andrew joined Frasers Property in 2016 from engineering consultancy WSP. With over 8 years of experience, he’s passionate about designing places that are sustainable, regenerative and that allow people to thrive. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Photovoltaics and Solar Energy) from UNSW.