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Energy and Sustainability

Making a sustainable difference

What we do

Commercial property has a big impact on the environment, and as the world’s largest commercial real estate advisor, we know we have a big responsibility in environmental sustainability.

We are committed to minimising our global carbon footprint and that of our clients by reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Our network of Energy and Sustainability professionals work to achieve sizable sustainability goals for our clients. 

Our Services


Sustainability is embedded into our specialisms across the company, including:

Building Consultancy

  • Energy Management and Engineering
  • Project Management
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Architecture and Design
  • Geoenvironmental
  • LEED and BREEAM Gap Analysis

Global Corporate Services

  • Strategic Consulting
  • Environmental Reputation and Risk Management
  • Energy Demand Management
  • Energy Supply Management
  • Bill Processing and Data Management
  • CRC Analysis and Strategies
  • Project Management and Implementation

Planning

  • Sustainability Statements
  • Sustainability Strategies

Property and Asset Management

  • Energy Management
  • Strategic Consulting
  • Environmental Risk Management
  • Waste Management
  • Energy Supply Management
  • Bill Processing and Data Management
  • ISO14001 Accreditation

Regeneration and Development (Mixed Use and Residential)

  • Placemaking and Vision Setting
  • Sustainable Development Consultancy
  • Development Appraisals and Valuations
  • Advice on Scheme Marketability
  • Deliverability of code 4 and code 6
  • Ecotown Viability Analysis
  • Compulsory Purchase

Find out more about our Residential and Mixed Use Services

Valuation

  • Monitoring of rental and investment value implications
  • Assessment of benchmarking tools such as BREEAM and LEED and their impact on landlords and investors

Research

   Who Pays for Green? The Economics of Sustainable Buildings Who Pays for Green? The Economics of Sustainable Buildings

The role of real estate is increasingly prominent in the wider debate on climate change. The desire to be ‘green’ or to be perceived as such is often led by a marketing agenda, but investors and developers will only invest in green practices if they make good commercial sense.

CBRE’s latest report, Who Pays for Green? The Economics of Sustainable Buildings reviews the main measurement tools for assessing a building’s environmental credentials; assesses evidence on the production cost and rental profiles of green buildings against conventional ones; and provides some indicators of the achievable cost savings.

Find out more about our Global Corporate Services

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Key contacts

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Head of Sustainability EMEA

Rebecca Pearce

Rebecca Pearce

T: +44 20 3257 6232
rebecca.pearce@cbre.com

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Head of Energy and Sustainability, Global Corporate Services - EMEA

Sam Pickering

Sam Pickering

T: +44 20 7182 3073
sam.pickering@cbre.com

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Useful Links

Environmental Impact Assessment

The Green Perspective

Visit our global sustainability blog, providing news, views and commentary on the green issues that impact real estate

Client Quotes

"The decision to give the award to CBRE is not just because of the significant contribution that the firm has made at Crowngate but also the overall commitment and enthusiasm that CBRE has brought to the area of environmental management"

Jeff Hart, The Crown Estate

Awards

Ranked 4th in the IAOP Global Outsourcing 10, 2012

EuropeanCEO’s Best Facilities Management Partner, 2011

CoreNet Global Innovator’s Award, 2006 , 2007 & 2011

Named in Fortune’s Most Admired Companies, 2012

Global Outsourcing Social Responsibility Impact Award for charitable donation, 2012

Named the Lipsey Leading Global Brand in Commercial Real Estate, 2012

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