Time for revolutionary change: Aiming for net gain
We drive revolutionary change in our industry, promoting the sustainability agenda through our own operations and supporting our clients to achieve their sustainable business goals. We want to create a place where our people can thrive, deliver performance we can be proud of, support communities who are better for knowing us, and ensure environments are both protected and enhanced.
As a member of the Institute for Corporate Governance (ICG), we also want to actively contribute to positive corporate governance by bringing our ideas of internationality, diversity and transparency. With this ambition, and our stakeholder engagement activities, we are focused on four core areas:
Climate change and carbon
Carbon Reduction Plan 2021-2022
As organisations are transitioning from short-term decision-making to long-term preparation for a new reality, underpinned by the ESG agenda as the driving force, our teams offer the expertise and knowledge to assist you in reaching your carbon reduction goals for your estate. We can help you set new standards for low energy use, carbon emissions and impact on natural resources.
Our low-carbon retrofit offering will ensure that your building stays ahead of energy usage legislation and maximises the performance of your estates and to meet your commitments and deliver long-term return on investment.
ISG's latest research and insight report 'Sustainable Buildings Monitor: Redefining Value'
Establishing a purpose-driven way to measure the true value of property.
'Sustainable Buildings Monitor: Redefining value' looks to create a new framework to identify untapped areas of development opportunity across the UK.
Research for 'Sustainable Buildings Monitor: Redefining value' encompassed in-operation performance data, social value, net zero, embodied carbon and circularity measurements, as well as proximity to green energy sources and local labour markets. This new research reveals key and untapped areas of development opportunity across the UK.
Our industry is clearly at an inflection point, and ISG seeks to think differently and be a force for good - advocating for and practising sustainable construction methods and modern methods of construction. We’re encouraging the debate and facilitating knowledge transfer; bringing investors, occupiers and local government to the table and stimulating those conversations based on our findings.