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Social Initiatives

Example of Social initiatives

Social initiatives

Example of Social initiatives

■Preparation of Disaster Readiness Packs 

Preparation of Disaster Readiness Packs

In preparation for an outbreak of disasters, etc., we have prepared disaster readiness packs (containing foodstuff and drinking water, etc. for emergencies) at some of our properties for residing tenants to use in emergencies.



Installation:120 props. 
Installation rate:96.8%


■Installation of SATOYAMA Units

Installation of SATOYAMA Units

A "SATOYAMA Unit" is a group planting unit of conventional seeds and plants remaining dormant in deserted village forests (called "satoyama"). We have installed the units at the entrance of KDX Residence Okachimachi.
Through the installation of the "SATOYAMA Units," we contribute to activities for restoring satoyama, as well as provide a comfortable living environment and help prevent bicycles from being left in no-parking areas.



■Sustainability Guide

Preparation of Disaster Readiness Packs

For the purpose of enabling the comfortable, safe and secure living of tenants, distribution of guides on sustainability containing information on initiatives on energy conservation, sorting of waste, and disaster preparedness.

Tenant satisfaction survey

■Tenant satisfaction survey


KDR conducts surveys of satisfaction and request surveys regarding management and operation by third-party organizations for residents in some residential facilities. In addition, based on the results of the survey, KDR are making various efforts to increase the satisfaction for residents.

  Date of the survey      Total no. of target property      No. of respondents   
March  2020  111 props  1,381 households

Initiatives for Contributing to Local Communities

■Initiatives for Contributing to Local Communities


As part of its support for local activities, the asset management company’s employees volunteered to participate in local summer festivals sponsored by operators of “Yuimaru Hijirigaoka” owned by KDR to promote interaction with local communities and residents.