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Carbon Penalties and Incentives Report launched

Government policy designed to reduce carbon emissions from commercial buildings need to be better understood, more efficiently monitored and easier to enforce, reveals a new report launched today by the Green Construction Board and the Property Industry Alliance, representing the £647bn commercial property industry, and the Government. The ‘Carbon Penalties and Incentives Report’, produced by

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Combined Sustainability Updates from Member Bodies Q1 2014

The ESG Committee will be updating the membership on MEPS development, consultation and potential risks/issues for investors/landlords. Also on the new(ish) RICS Guidance Note on Sustainability and Commercial Property Valuation including the role of the valuer in assessing a building’s sustainability characteristics and reflecting sustainability characteristics in market value, fair value, market rent and investment

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Press Release: Government and industry bodies jointly commission Deloitte to review energy efficiency policies for commercial property

A major independent study is now underway into whether the Government’s energy and carbon policies are having the desired effect on the property sector. The Government-led Green Construction Board has joined forces with the Green Property Alliance, a group of the UK’s leading property industry organisations, to commission Deloitte to carry out the study. Buildings

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