'Green' commercial buildings attract higher rents, UK real estate survey finds

BusinessGreen staff
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Poll of UK real estate managers indicates commercial properties with improved energy efficiency hold higher value and rental yields compared to less efficient buildings

The majority of UK real estate managers have seen both the value and rental yields from the 'green' commercial properties in their portfolios increase in comparison to less efficient buildings, amid growing...

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