Demand for sustainable assets keeps expanding relentlessly. In the real estate market, a progressive decarbonisation of portfolios is happening, and an increasing percentage of assets have some sort of environmental labelling.
From the Current Issue
Nivy Mall sits in the New Nivy zone, a redeveloped area in Bratislava, Slovakia, located on the border of the city’s historic old town.
The global construction industry has absorbed a raft of intertwined headwinds in the past two years, creating a historically complex development-risk environment that will endure for some time.
Without a clear recognition of net-zero attributes in real estate valuations, the financial incentives that are an inherent part of any successful transition are unlikely to be available.
ESG regulation in Europe is still in its infancy, and it is still a long way off being harmonised. This makes the development and management of a European real estate port-folio a complex task.
Remember how we were all going to start shopping locally and increase our support for small businesses due to the effects of lock-downs and working-from-home? We were all set for a new era of enhanced community wellbeing. By helping local farmers and producers, we were supposed to reduce transportation, use less packaging and reduce waste.