We’re focused on what is good for business and for a sustainable future. This progressive approach leads to responsible investment decisions with healthier, safer, more engaged people, and increased value for all of our stakeholders, building a better tomorrow everywhere we can.

Building a Better

We want to make JLL a world-leading, sustainable professional services firm by creating spaces, buildings, and cities where people can thrive.  

Our four focus areas

We seek to transform the UK property sector by integrating sustainability into all our advice and by supporting our clients with leading sustainability and energy expertise
We seek to create a work culture that values diversity, recognises and rewards talent, develops skills for tomorrow’s challenges and fosters good health, safety and wellbeing. Click here for more information on our approach to Diversity & Inclusion

Through exemplary workplace design and operation, we support staff wellbeing and play a leading role in the UK’s transition to a low carbon, circular economy

We work in partnership to address the social issues where we can have the most impact. We are committed to leveraging our skills and experience, and to challenging ourselves and the way we do business

Net Zero Carbon

JLL commits to net zero carbon in our UK workplaces by 2030 and to spearheading the adoption of net zero carbon buildings across the UK. Using our influence and expertise, we will help the built environment respond with urgency and practical action to make net zero carbon buildings mainstream.


Find out about the key sustainability trends for Real Estate and what we can all do to Build a Better Tomorrow

Global Sustainability

Find out about our Global Sustainability strategy and access information about health, safety and the environment.  Explore our strategy, governance and progress on our global targets. Download our latest reports and policies, and our full reporting archive. Discover our latest sustainability news.

Sustainability blog

Do you have a passion to make the world a better place?

In trying to avert the climate emergency, co-living could be the answer. Pooling time, skills and passion with neighbours for a sustainable future
Follow us

Stay in touch on social