Redefining Building Performance: CPD programme live!
TFT’s Redefining Building Performance research found property investors, developers and occupiers recognised the importance of sustainable buildings, but showed inconsistent action on achieving them. So we created a programme of CPD sessions which address key areas where we can help turn strategy into reality for more sustainable, valuable and resilient assets.
Over five sessions, we examine key trends and challenges impacting our clients. We apply our expertise across the property lifecycle and take a different view of developments and built assets for a better future built environment.
Come and join one of our upcoming webinars! Just contact Jacky Bell with details of the events you’d like to attend, here: email@example.com
1. Standard or stranded? A question of building performance
September 22, 9:00 – 10:00am: TFT anticipates an increasingly tiered commercial property market, split along the lines of building performance. In this session, we examine the value of compliance versus beyond-compliance measures for planning, funding and occupation, setting a path for asset resilience to 2030 and beyond.
2. Material evolution: new solutions in a supply chain crisis
September 23: 9:00 – 10:00am: Global supply chain risks are increasing property development costs and reducing their sustainable potential. We will discuss how new collaborative and measured approaches to material procurement can mitigate those risks and realise more commercial opportunities.
3. Building performance: hanging by a data thread
September 24: 9:00 – 10:00am: Realising commercial building opportunities is increasingly a data challenge. Better health and wellbeing, sustainability and flexibility all rely on a thread of data run through building design, development, occupation and transactions. This session demonstrates the value in data and advice for gathering, sharing and using it.
4. Green Dilapidations: creating a sustainable leasing cycle
September 28: 9:00 – 10:00am: The current property leasing cycle generates excess waste, cost and carbon. This session focuses on the role of Green Dilapidations to create a more sustainable model for landlords and tenants.
5. Sustainable due diligence: buying for the future
September 29: 9:00 – 10:00am: When 80% of our future buildings have already been built, investing in their sustainable performance is critical. This session focuses on how funds can better identify and create sustainable assets for investment.
See you there!