JLL: Revamping green leases is critical to decarbonising
As real estate occupiers face increased pressure to lower their carbon footprint, and investors are greening their portfolios, green leases can benefit both landlords and tenants while also serving to decarbonise real estate.
Retrofitting UK’s historic estate could add £35bn to economy each year
Improving the energy efficiency of historic properties could reduce carbon emissions from the UK’s buildings by an estimated 5% each year and generate £35bn of output in the economy, while making homes warmer and cheaper to run, according to a report by the National Trust, Peabody, Historic England, The Crown Estate and Grosvenor.
What a sustainable city charter demands from real estate
Decarbonisation isn’t easy at the best of times. When the goal is to decarbonise a city like Westminster, with 11,000 listed buildings and some of the UK’s most recognisable shops, restaurants and theatres, a systematic approach is necessary.