Jones Lang LaSalle

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Jones Lang LaSalle Limited
Chlodna 52
28 Emilii Plater Street
00-872 Warszawa

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NextGeneration 2014 - Fast forward: The past, present and future of sustainable homes

Guidance and industry reports

In this report we evaluate the progress the homebuilding sector has made during the last year in delivering sustainable development and highlight best-in-class performance within the industry. Read more…

Green buildings drive employee productivity

Guidance and industry reports, Academic or Industry Research

Research into drivers of employee productivity has pursued the following themes:
- Personal factors (motivation, satisfaction)
- Organisational factors (quality of management, payment and reward systems)
- Social factors (e.g. Read more…

JLL 2013 Sustainability Report

Sustainability Reports

Our ability to thrive for more than 250 years suggests we know what it takes to sustain a company. At JLL, we recognize the responsibility we have within the global community to act as a good corporate citizen that addresses our environmental, social and governance impacts. Read more…

10 reasons you should have a green lease

Guidance and industry reports

The JLL Energy and Sustainability Services team recommends that tenants and landlords collaborate to develop a green lease that benefits each party, typically including the following ten benefits:
1. Read more…

Next Generation Full Report Dec 2013: The Green Ceiling?

Next Generation Full Report Dec 2013: The Green Ceiling?

Guidance and industry reports, Measurement & reporting tools

This report sets out the results of the NextGeneration benchmark assessment for 2013. For the benchmark this is an important year in terms of analysing trends, as it has been run with the same criteria for three years. Read more…

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