Sustainability is a core research topic at JLL. Our teams around the world have been generating a growing body of technical and strategic research and valuable insights since we launched our first report in Australia in 2004. Our aim is to provide investors, occupiers, developers and property managers with both practical analysis of real estate sustainability issues and with longer term views as to the key trigger points in the evolution of the green building movement. Our research emphasises cost and performance issues, legislation, user attitudes and technical solutions, and utilises the unique body of evidence provided by our Energy and Sustainability Services and Consulting Groups.
Across the globe, sustainable real estate has become a key issue for corporate real estate executives and investors. Some markets have seen this movement for many years, while other markets are only just witnessing the emergence of this phenomenon that is gradually becoming imperative everywhere. Catering to the various stages of market maturity and relevant issues, JLL has published topical analyses, white papers and surveys across its major markets worldwide.
Perspectives on Sustainability: Results of the 2009 Global Survey on Corporate Real Estate and Sustainability, November 2009
The third annual CoreNet Global and JLL sustainability survey, conducted in September and October 2009 shows that CRE executives are more willing to invest in the sustainability of owned space, despite economic pressures, but remain focused on cost savings and are reluctant to pay more rent for leased "green" space. Click below to read the summary of the survey findings.