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The impact of sustainability on value


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References and methodology 1. Property Week, February 2020.


2. Achieved rents in these buildings have been compared to achieved rents in the wider submarket at that time, to control for variations in submarket rental tone and performance over the years. To understand the performance of the built product, we have focused on BREEAM rated buildings and analysis on new Grade A transactions, including new build and major refurbishments.


3. These BREEAM rated buildings represent c1,500 leasing transactions since 2007.


4. Due to the limited number of Outstanding transactions any analysis of the Outstanding sub-group must be taken with caution. Outstanding and Excellent buildings have been consolidated to ensure greater depth of data and analysis. We also controlled for tower-floors from this analysis, as they tend to command a premium rent and distort the overall figures.


5. We have focused our analysis on the five-year period 2013-2017 to eliminate the post crisis years, when the leasing market slowed down, and vacancy rates were above average and to allow for two years post completion analysis.


6. Our sample covered 40 million sq ft of transactions with an EPC rating, in 2,200 deals. 7. Property Week, February 2020. 8. Sustainable buildings Market Study 2019 (Ramboll). 9. Making the case for building to net zero carbon 2019. 10. Cost of carbon reduction in new buildings Dec 2018- for regulated emissions. 11. Drees & Sommer.


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