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London Offices Insight: ESG Challenges and Opportunities

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The real estate sector finds itself in a position where expectations surrounding ESG are at an all-time high, which brings with it pressure to turn words into action.


Both occupiers and landlords are embarking on new ESG journeys and this research aims to examine some of the challenges and opportunities on the horizon.

If stakeholders in the London office market come together, then there are significant opportunities to improve the existing office stock whilst playing an integral role in protecting the environment and delivering a lasting social impact.


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London Offices Insight: ESG Challenges and Opportunities

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Christopher Dunn

Head of Insights

Landlord & Occupier Advisory

London - West End

Chris began working in the property industry working at rating specialist CVS in 2014. In 2015, Chris joined Cushman & Wakefield as an Analyst focusing on the West End office market and progressed to Associate Director in the UK Research & Insight team, leading the London Offices Research function. In 2021, he joined Colliers as Head of Insights for the London Offices team, with responsibility for producing forward-looking thought leadership content on key trends that are impacting London.
Chris regularly presents to clients and contributes to industry publications on topics relevant to London offices.
Chris holds a LLB (Hons) in Law from Aberystwyth University and a MRes in Entrepreneurship & Innovation from Loughborough University.
 

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James Pay

Head of Sustainability

Operations

London - West End

James has joined Colliers to help drive our sustainability offering and ensure that we are well equipped to meet and advise on the challenges of the Climate Emergency in a practical and meaningful way for our clients and in-house.

Prior to joining Colliers, James worked in the construction and demolition industries and has over 12 years’ experience working within sustainability for principal contractors and engineering consultancies.

During this time, he helped drive sustainability performance with a particular focus on strategy, the circular economy, carbon reduction and the setting of Science Based Targets, and sustainable certifications such as BREEAM and WELL. He has delivered the sustainability requirements on projects across London, including a global investment bank’s new London Headquarters, the Francis Crick Institute, Chelsea Barracks Phase 4, 100 Bishopsgate, 22 Bishopsgate and Crossrail.

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