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Creating a Net Zero building will require significant reduction in energy consumption, greater efficiency in management systems and processes, as well as comprehensive retrofits.

At Workman we are already working with a number of clients to create and implement Net Zero Asset Plans on a range of buildings to meet the net zero carbon emissions target set by the Government.

Each Net Zero plan will be a unique journey to creating zero-carbon buildings as UK and global strategies evolve. Workman’s Net Zero Asset Plan will provide specific recommendations and direction across nine different work streams, while also drawing together existing information or identifying gaps which will create the starting point for your Net Zero journey.

This brief video highlights some of the most effective initiatives typically implemented within our Net Zero Asset Plans:

Combining our expertise and experience in property management (to identify occupational improvements) and building consultancy (to specify initiatives to reduce operational and embodied carbon), we can create a specific pathway to achieving Net Zero for your assets by 2050 – or sooner.

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A track record of delivering ESG

As members of the Better Buildings Partnership (BBP) Managing Agents Partnership and ISO:14001 accredited, we share an ongoing commitment to the sustainable management of real estate, which we combine with practical advice and implementation.

Our ESG expertise and capabilities have been developed over the past 10 years, working with many of the UK’s leading institutional investors with broad and challenging ESG objectives.

Workman's ESG team helps clients to ensure that best practice is embraced, and current legislative requirements are met, alongside each clients’ own management objectives. We are working with clients now to embed asset plans - and whole portfolio guidance - to achieve Net Zero carbon buildings.
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