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Arjan van Eijk | Colliers | Rotterdam

Arjan van Eijk

Head of Sustainability

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About

Professional Summary

With over 10 years of industry experience across different sectors, Arjan leads the ongoing development and implementation of the Colliers sustainability strategy in the Netherlands, which focusses on improving ESG performance and managing associated risk for a range of occupier and investor clients. He is passionate about driving sustainability in all aspects of the business to preferably exceed stakeholder expectations. Arjan is also part of the ESG Subject Matter Experts Group for the Colliers property management teams across EMEA providing strategic advice on technology deployment, net zero strategies, EU carbon compliance, workplace wellbeing, and the impact that these trends have on service delivery.

Arjan is a regular presenter on sustainability topics and represents Colliers on various industry groups.

Contact Arjan if you'd like to discuss:

  • Development and implementation of ESG & Net Zero strategies
  • SFDR, CSRD and EU-Taxonomy consultancy
  • ESG data management & reporting
  • Community engagement and health & wellbeing
  • Renewable energy in commercial property

Accomplishments

Sustainability Services - Business Development - ColliersClimateNeutral 2025 - KantoorVerduurzamer

Education

Masters Program TU Eindhoven Urban Systems and Real Estate

Bachelors Degree Fontys Eindhoven Real Estate & Brokerage

Memberships & Involvements

Dutch Green Building Council (DGBC):

  • #Building Life ambassador for Dutch Green Building Council
  • Member of Working Group Offices
  • Member of Working Group EU-Taxonomy

Services

Property Type

Offices, Industrial, Retail

My Team

Featured Research

23 Mar 2022

EU compels investors to take action to increase sustainability

New European Union legislation compels real estate investors to provide full transparency when it comes to the sustainability of their funds. Moreover, the bar is set higher than under the previously applicable Dutch regulations.
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14 Jan 2022

Possible close-down of non-sustainable offices is getting closer

On January 1st 2023, offices must have energy efficiency label C or better. With less than a year to go, 43% of the 60 million square meters of office space does not yet meet this requirement.
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12 Aug 2021

Sustainability efforts in the Dutch retail sector

Making stores in the Netherlands more sustainable is not getting off the ground. Energy labels are missing en masse and energy consumption is still far too high to comply with the agreements in the climate agreement.
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