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Sustainable Real Estate Advisory Services Set For Growth

Date: 11 July 2011

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6 pages, 3 figures

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report helps real estate advisors forecast demand for their services over the next two years. Verdantix interviewed a panel of leading real estate investors, developers and occupiers operating in the UK to understand their present and short-term sustainable real estate advisory needs. This research spanned 10 service lines: project management, design and build, corporate real estate, facilities management, valuation, development, planning, on-site renewable energy generation, investment and leasing. Verdantix finds that investors, seeking future-proofing strategies and looking to understand the level of ‘brown discount’ applicable to prospective acquisitions, will work more closely with investment, leasing and project management teams over the next two years. Developers will work with real estate advisors to build their understanding of the relationship between value and sustainability. Finally, occupiers will work with real estate advisors in exploring opportunities for on-site energy generation in response to increasing demand across service lines.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

REAL ESTATE CLIENTS’ SUSTAINABILITY NEEDS GROW
Investors, Developers And Occupiers Hold Different Sustainability Risk Perceptions
Sustainability Triggers Greater Demand For Advisory Services

TABLE OF FIGURESFigure 1.

Figure 2. Developers Demand Outlook For Sustainability Advisory Services
Figure 3. Occupiers Demand Outlook For Sustainability Advisory Services


COMPANIES MENTIONED

Carter Jonas, CB Richard Ellis, Cushman & Wakefield, Deloitte, Derwent London, Ernst & Young, GVA, Hermes, Hines, Jones Lang LaSalle, KPMG, Legal & General, Marks & Spencer, Nomura, PRUPIM, PwC, Stanhope, Tesco, Threadneedle, Low Carbon Workplace Trust, Thames Valley Housing