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Articles - BREEAM

Last year was a turning point from an ESG perspective. The involvement of companies grew due to the energy crisis and tightening government regulations

Rising energy prices and upcoming changes in the mandatory reporting of ESG information, which show the effects of companies' management style on the environment, energy balance and the quality of the working environment, aroused a significantly higher interest of companies in sustainability and dream related areas last year. Specifically, it was confirmed by 67% of more than 500 interviewed investors and tenants of commercial real estate participating in a global survey by the real estate consulting company CBRE. The current facts are inexorable: only 15% of buildings worldwide currently meet the conditions of the so-called Paris Agreement, while 85% of all existing real estate located on the territory of the European Union is to be used even in 2050, when the EU wants to achieve climate neutrality. In the future, it will therefore be necessary to implement a whole series of reconstructions and demanding rebuilds. It is for these reasons that CBRE's latest survey was created, the results of which reveal the main trends that are currently gaining ground in the field of ESG and have a significant impact on the strategic decision-making of companies.

Green certifications of office buildings positively affect their occupancy and bring higher rental income

CBRE, a world leader in commercial real estate services, summarizes the results of an extensive comparative analysis focused on the benefits of green certifications in office leasing. On a sample of 58 million m2 of office space and 44,500 lease agreements concluded in 18 European countries, including the Czech Republic, it shows the value that green certifications such as BREEAM or LEED bring to owners of administrative properties. Based on a comparison of several key indicators, CBRE has shown that the average vacancy rate in certified buildings is almost 2% lower than in non-certified competition, while the price per square meter of leased space is, on the contrary, 5.5% higher. The comparison of individual European markets is also interesting, from which the Prague one emerges as mature. Owners of sustainable buildings here achieve very good results in the long term.

Is investing in green office building certification worth it? CBRE's analysis shows their impact on rent and occupancy

More than 40% of all office real estate on the domestic market is certified by one of the internationally recognized systems that confirm its sustainability: the British BREEAM or the American LEED. In this respect, the Czech Republic, together with other countries in the CEE region, ranks among the champions of the whole of Europe - the average is around 20%. Much has been written about the positive impact of certified buildings on the health and well-being of employees, minimizing environmental impacts and saving operating costs. However, one question remained unanswered: how is the certification of office buildings really reflected in their performance, ie prices per square meter of rented space and occupancy? CBRE, the world leader in commercial real estate services, is now providing the key answer. It is based on an analysis of almost 22,000 leases concluded in the last five years in 12 European countries, including the Czech Republic.

Skanska has commenced construction on its new project in Prague’s Holešovice district

Based on an architectural design by the DAM.architekti studio, Port7 will include 3 new administrative buildings, which upon planned completion in the second quarter of 2023 will offer 35,000 sqm of office and retail space.

The Flow Building receives BREEAM accreditation at the "Outstanding" level

The Flow Building, a multi-purpose project of Flow East on Prague's Wenceslas Square, is the first building in the Czech Republic to achieve the highest possible "Outstanding" rating according to the current BREEAM certification scheme.

Erste Group Immorent inaugurates Enterprise Office Center

Erste Group Immorent today inaugurated the Enterprise Office Center building, a new landmark in Praha 4. The 12-storey building offers 29,069 m2 of A Class premium office space, additional space for tenants, and also up to 400 parking places. STRABAG has erected the building based on architect Vladimír Krátký’s design.

Green Award for Building G

The Building G office building, part of the portfolio of leading Czech development and investment company PASSERINVEST GROUP, has received a Very Good rating on its BREEAM certification. Building G is part of the multifunctional facility BB Centrum, whose tenants include such companies as Royal Canin, Mars, Wrigley, Fiat and SII.

BB Centrum’s Building D lands first tenants

Building D in the business complex BB Centrum in Prague 4-Michle finally landed its first tenants: two sports-focused retailers, GolfProfi and RunExpert. Both shops will open in March.
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