Upcoming Webinar: Minimum Energy Standards
Sarah's webinar will present the background and findings from a research project funded by the Reading Real Estate Foundation (RREF) into the initial impacts of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Regulations, launched in April 2018.
Presenting the findings on the initial impact to the market of the new regulations, conducted through interviews over Summer/Autumn 2019 the research revealed that minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) have raised awareness of energy matters among valuers and asset managers alike; however the impact is not fully integrated in valuation and asset management.
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Sarah Sayce is Professor of Sustainable Real Estate at Henley Business School. She has researched extensively on energy and sustainability matters as they impact property. Her latest co-authored book was the Handbook of Sustainable Real Estate (2018) and she is co-author of the RICS Guidance on MEES. Sarah is also a member of RICS Valuation Professional Board.
|Published||7 February 2020|
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