We ensure best practice to improve the environmental performance of assets in areas such as energy, waste, and water, as well as statutory compliance.
In the vital area of carbon reduction, we help clients meet their Net Zero ambitions through our Net Zero Asset Plans which can be applied to a single asset or across entire portfolios.
We are committed to promoting biodiversity in the urban environment as a core element of both promoting wellbeing and achieving Net Zero. Through our campaign Building Biodiversity, we aim to increase the level of biodiversity projects being undertaken at commercial properties in the urban environment; from the smallest hanging basket or bug hotel, to the largest living wall or wildflower meadow.
Visit our Building Biodiversity micro-site to learn more about the campaign, plus a wealth of information around the topic of biodiversity in the built environment, is now live.
The symbiotic relationship between the wellbeing of occupiers and the value of real estate assets cannot be denied. The physical characteristics and operational practices within buildings have a significant impact on the health and wellbeing of those who occupy and visit it.
We develop effective comprehensive Wellbeing Asset Plans to deliver a comprehensive health and wellbeing offering that deliver attractive and healthy working environments for occupiers.
We measure and assess properties’ health and wellbeing credentials through the Fitwel certification process – “a data driven certification system which aims to optimise buildings to support occupant health and wellbeing”.
We continually seek to identify innovative ways for properties to contribute to their local community, for example through; using local suppliers in the supply chain, supporting charitable causes, promoting diversity and inclusivity and hosting community events.
Through tools like the Social Value Portal, we can report and measure the effectiveness of these initiatives.