APAC firms' willingness to pay rental premium for green buildings stands at 70%

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APAC firms' willingness to pay rental premium for green buildings stands at 70%

Post by sgrealestate » Fri Jul 09, 2021 6:45 pm

About 70% of firms in Asia Pacific are willing to pay a rental premium to lease sustainability-certified buildings or green building in the future from a recent survey of 550 corporate real estate players.

With approximately 90% of companies in Asia Pacific agree that tackling emissions from real estate is essential to achieving a net zero carbon agenda, this signals a new era in regional real estate portfolio leasing and investment.

There is already this broader real estate sustainability developments across Asia Pacific where 40% of corporate occupiers have already adopted net zero targets and another 40% are planning to adopt targets by 2025.

The regional real estate decarbonisation drive has already prompted 80% of corporate occupiers to prioritise locations that help them reduce carbon emissions while 65% of investors will focus more on green building investments.
Companies operating in Asia Pacific are working towards meaningful reduction in carbon footprint to be tied directly to real estate. Corporate occupiers will increasingly adding its pressure and demand realtor to provide real estate solutions that complement their sustainability agenda leading to investors prioritising green investments and this helps to propel the real estate industry transformation towards future-ready green buildings.

Project with green label and reduction in carbon emissions are Canninghill Piers
. Canninghill Piers location in D9

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