How can Longevity help you?
Longevity Partners’ Sustainability Due Diligence team can provide you with key services to address all your Sustainability Due Diligence needs:
Longevity assess the building’s current environmental performance to identify opportunities to generate improvements. We use a framework based on benchmarks and standards from leading environmental agencies, including the Build Better Partnership, BREEAM, LEED, WELL, LETI, RIBA and CIBSE. We look at 13 different ESG themes, covering issues such as carbon risk, regulation, water use, and biodiversity.
We conduct a thorough onsite investigation of the mechanical services and equipment in the building, as well as existing on-site practices, which enables a sustainability asset plan to be produced at the onset of the investment, ensuring risks are mitigated against and opportunities realised early on in the asset management process.
We identify significant risks, which could impact negatively on the property’s value in the future. Detailed responses and recommendations are provided to guide possible improvements. We also provide capex estimation and a roadmap for all recommendations given within the report, and timelines over which spending could be expected.
We review the extent of occupier commitment to sustainability and the opportunities to improve tenant engagement, as a means of improving tenant retention and drive rental growth.
We assess alignment to international programmes, such as GRESB and the EU Taxonomy, and advise on current alignment as well as how to improve the performance within these schemes.
As well as investigating the asset’s impact on the wider environment, we also assess the environmental impact on the assets. We evaluate physical climate risks and are able to model the effects of a changing climate on the building over various emissions scenarios.
Sustainability Due Diligence can be a useful tool at many stages of the investment timeline. Get in touch with our team today to find out more.
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