Webinar: How does achieving net zero carbon impact the value of office buildings?

21 April, 2021

What does net zero carbon mean for real estate, what is the impact on value and how do we analyse the potential returns?

The built environment contributes 40% of carbon emissions and is a worldwide issue that we must come together to solve globally. In order to achieve net zero carbon by 2050, investors and occupiers need to understand how sustainability will impact the value of their assets.
This webinar, which forms part of the Valuation Advisory hot topics series discusses what achieving net zero carbon means for real estate and how office buildings can be retrofitted to meet the requirements, focusing on the impact on value and how to analyse the potential returns.
Access the Valuing net zero & ESG for offices paper here.


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Our speakers

Mark Wynne-Smith,Global Head of Valuation Advisory, JLL
Mark Wynne-Smith
Global Head of Valuation Advisory, JLL
Chris Strathon,Head of Specialist Valuation, JLL
Chris Strathon
Head of Specialist Valuation, JLL
Emily Chadwick,Senior Surveyor – Central London Valuation, JLL
Emily Chadwick
Senior Surveyor – Central London Valuation, JLL



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