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Sustainablity Leadership

We want to be the most sustainable property consultancy in the UK, leading the conversation and setting sustainability standards for real estate.

We author and sponsor stand-alone sustainability thought leadership. We include sustainability trends into our standard research reports and market presentations.

We regularly advise Governmental and non-governmental organisations on sustainability standards for the industry and we are represented in wide-ranging sustainability forums for industry bodies.

Latest research

Manage your EPC risk

We can help you with risk assessment, property management and EPC uprating.

From April 2018, it is unlawful for properties with F or G rated Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) to be let in England and Wales. Whether it is due diligence, a lease event, planned maintenance or implementing EPC improvements, JLL can help you integrate EPC risk management into your asset and property management activities.

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Building the Business Case: Health, Wellbeing and Productivity in Green Offices

This latest exciting report on this topic comprises a set of case studies and spot-lights on data-driven action and research by global companies, green building councils and professional organizations on healthy buildings, and provides case study evidence of the positive impact of healthy design features on business' financial performance.

The new report stemmed from the Offices Working Group of the World GBC Better Places for People Campaign, chaired by Beth Ambrose, Upstream Sustainability Services. It follows the influential 2014 report - led by the World GBC and part-sponsored by JLL - providing guidance on the design features which result in the most productive environment for building users, and key metrics to assess building impact and performance.

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Read the press release: Green offices that keep staff healthy and happy are improving productivity & boosting businesses' bottom line, finds report.

Find out more about how you can improve your buildings and business performance.

2017 Sustainability trends for the property sector

After a tumultuous 2016, here are JLL's 10 sustainability predictions for what the next 12 months may hold for the world of sustainable real estate. We have also reviewed those trends we identified this time last year to assess how well we did at predicting how 2016 would turn out:

  • Enlightened city and regional leaders will unlock opportunities from the green economy
  • A populist approach to climate change will emerge
  • Corporates and investors focus on tackling inequality
  • Prudent landlords should act early on the minimum energy efficiency regulations
  • Companies lead the way in reducing carbon emissions, using science based targets
  • The property sector will catch up on the use of inventive, high impact communications
  • The industry will invest in digital innovations, but will not make the most of big data
  • Our understanding of the circular economy grows, with the housing sector taking the lead
  • The emphasis will shift from healthier spaces to healthier places
  • Cities focus on tackling air pollution

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Clearing the path to Integrated Reporting

JLL has developed an Integrated Thinking and Reporting Toolkit© to guide companies in their approach towards successful integration of sustainability into their business strategy, whatever stage they are at. Published 2016.

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Optimising Real Estate: striking the balance between cost and value

A new mindset to corporate real estate costs has emerged following the global financial crisis (GFC), hinged on the dual drivers of cost control and strategic investment. Click here to find our more.

The big eight for UK Real Estate

Understanding critical sustainability trends and what they mean for the future of your business. Click here to find our more.

3.5% - the path to 2050?

Is the commercial property industry on track to meet the 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 target, in line with the UK Governments Climate Change Act? Click here to find our more.

Health, Wellbeing and Productivity
in Offices

JLL co-sponsored this World Green Building Council study which found that certain green design features have a measurable impact on occupant health, well-being and productivity.

Visit our Global Sustainability Perspective website for information on real estate markets' progress with regard to the challenges and opportunities of sustainability.