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Bringing the User Back in the Building

Bringing the User Back in the Building

Investors are currently obliged to take ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) issues into consideration as part of their fiduciary duty. As such, it becomes increasingly important to identify sustainable investments that hold financial value as well. Moreover, the Covid-19 pandemic proved that real estate has a crucial role to play in societal sustainability. In the real estate sector, not much is known about ESG so far. This has a lot to do with the obfuscated conceptualization and diverging measurement of ESG.

In this white paper, we discuss the value of ESG for real estate, both for investors and real estate professionals.

Type White paper
Topics Real Estate
Author Shirley Kempeneer, Sarah Desmet, Melina Gorrebeeck
Date September 08, 2021
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How hybrid will we be working tomorrow?

How hybrid will we be working tomorrow?

Working from home seems to be here to stay: a growing number of companies are closing down their offices, allowing their employees to work from home. A hybrid office environment, combining working from home and at the office, is best designed based on the needs of the user.

Type Article
Topics Real Estate
Author Sarah Desmet, Shirley Kempeneer
Date March 18, 2021
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Bringing the user back in the building: an analysis of ESG in Real Estate and a framework to guide future research

Bringing the user back in the building: an analysis of ESG in Real Estate and a framework to guide future research

Investors are currently obliged to take ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) issues into consideration as part of their fiduciary duty. As such, it becomes increasingly important to identify sustainable investments that hold financial value as well. A sector where this is especially underdeveloped is real estate. This has a lot to do with the obfuscated conceptualization of ESG. This article identifies key gaps in literature and practice, and provides a framework to further the understanding of how ESG factors can add societal and financial value in the real estate sector.

Type Article
Topics Real Estate
Author Shirley Kempeneer, Michaël Peeters and Tine Compernolle
Date February 26, 2021
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