Institutional Real Estate Europe

December 1, 2022: Vol. 16, Number 11

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Pinpoint accuracy: Regeneration projects and new infrastructure continue to open up new possible locations for real estate investors. But allocating capital to new destinations remains fraught with risk

Across Europe, the traditional view is that major cities are the best locations to invest. Whether the preference is office, residential or retail, the likes of Paris, London, Madrid and Milan will be prioritised by investors as the places likely to deliver the best returns. But should new destinations also be considered?


The next level: Advancing global ESG integration and impact in real estate investment

While the level of environmental, social and governance (ESG) integration into institutional real estate investment plat­forms has increased considerably during the past decade, the need – and appetite – for further evo­lution persists. At this juncture in the ESG lifecycle, the key to maintaining momentum is identifying and implementing standards to assess and manage prog­ress. […]


Shine a light: Climate change, real estate and a decarbonisation price bubble

On 12 October 2022 more than 150 lead­ers from the European real estate industry met for the C Change Summit. The event was organised by the Urban Land Institute (UL!) to launch a consultation draft of proposed guidelines for the measurement, disclosure and reporting of climate-change transition risk at an asset level. In her opening […]

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