New ESG Reporting Measures

The pathway to a more environmentally sustainable corporate and real estate world continues. New legislation across the globe is creating the next evolution in office buildings. In Australia, the Treasury Laws Amendment (Financial Market Infrastructure and Other Measures) Bill 2024 is in the House of Reps. Schedule...

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ESG and Market Availability

CRE tenants consider ESG in varying degrees when making new office decisions. The biggest tenants consider it more than the local small business for 2 main reasons; resources and the cost. The good thing is that it is not out of reach as the below shows. We...

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Repurposing Commercial Real Estate

High office vacancy rates around the world have everyone talking about what to do with older and more obsolete office buildings. Recently Carter Jonas (agency) reported that “close to 20% of UK offices are likely to be unlettable to the majority of occupiers with investment because...

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The E Gap in CRE

Following last week’s CREview, we had great feedback from a highly respected colleague in the market. They disagreed with our predictions of negative net absorption and now we realise why. Our views are compiled on a whole of market basis. Theirs was focused on the...

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Reducing That Footprint: How Serious Are We?

ESG is important and most major landlords and corporates (tenants) are “doing their bit”. For the smaller corporates it is harder – resources time and a little capital – and the following point in Turntide’s article was startling but not surprising....

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