Environmental issues are increasingly important for real estate investors and occupiers, but a significant gap exists between the design and operational performance of newly constructed buildings versus older building stock.  Retrofits provide huge opportunities for Landlords to make environmental performance improvements within their older commercial buildings, thus making them more attractive to new investors and occupiers.  

OUR approach

Managing Retrofits on older buildings involves understanding the way in which sustainability can be incorporated into renewal programmes, and ensuring that sustainability is appropriately reflected in key processes for alterations, dilapidations and reinstatement.  Our approach to retrofit provides an opportunity to mitigate property risks and enhance property value, alongside controlling operational costs and improving the experience of building users.



Environmental Risk Management: Understand and control environment related risks

Time & Money

Operational Management: Incorporate sustainability within management, maintenance and monitoring  


Ratings and Certification: Evaluate and benchmark sustainability performance


Optimise energy consumption and emmissions.

Clear Communication

Supply Chain Management: Engage your supply chain to support sustainability objectives

Save Costs

Water & Waste: Conserve water and manage flood risk. Adapt a waste management hierarchy

On Time

Occupier Engagement: Collaborate with occupiers for mutual benefit via. fitout and alteration, biodiversity and health and wellbeing.