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Key Steps To Implementing ESG Strategies in Real Estate

Over the last few years, the interest in GRESB, the “Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark”, has escalated, with participation increasing by 22% last year. This is only set to increase with the growing interest from real estate investors in Environmental and Social Governance (ESG).

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Envision in Slovenia – IKEA Ljubljana

Envision is excited to continue its international expansion by working with IKEA on their new store in the beautiful city of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

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Envisioning Series #1 – The ‘Other’ Performance Gap

The building industry as a whole has a growing awareness of the ‘Performance Gap’. That is, when a building is designed, there is a targeted level of energy performance.

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Envision’s Take on the 6th Carbon Budget

The Committee on Climate Change published their 6th carbon budget yesterday. These 5-year budgets set out a blueprint for how the UK is to transition to a net zero carbon economy by 2050 at the latest.

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Strengthening our environmental monitoring services in construction

Environmental management during construction is a key aspect in delivering sustainable buildings.

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Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford – M&E Design

Envision have been working with Rydan Mechanical Services (RMS) on the M&E Design of their new project at Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford.

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ESG Benchmarking – Delivering sustainability improvements in portfolios through BREEAM In Use

Investor expectations for quality ESG reporting is becoming the new normal. Indices such as GRESB are playing a key role in this transformation, helping to collect investor grade data on ESG metrics and drive forward tangible improvements in the commercial property sector.

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Corona Virus Update

Envision is closely monitoring advice and the developments in relation to the Coronavirus outbreak.  During this time we are implementing our business continuity plans to ensure that we can maintain business as usual as best as possible. 

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