There’s no ignoring sustainable real estate – nor should there be. The pressures that urbanization, industrialization and commercial growth are putting on our cities – and on the planet – need to be studied and addressed.
At Jones Lang LaSalle India, the Real Estate Intelligence Services division has constantly been tracking ‘green’ trends in Indian real estate. I’m happy to put before you the latest result of our efforts – ‘India’s Green Footprint – Sustainable Real Estate’s Growing Momentum in India‘.
This report deals with the progress being made on sustainability in India’s real estate markets. I invite you to join us as we trace the country’s increasing green footprint as it builds up its repertoire of eco-friendly buildings.
The report highlights the green building rating systems being used in India, the corporate occupiers who have opted to go green, and the contributions being made by Indian developers and Government authorities. As you read it, you will gain new insight into the forces that are driving change in this fast-emerging real estate market.
Naturally, we have not neglected to include pertinent market statistics and listings of notable green real estate developments, as well as a case study of a major research and testing organization in Hyderabad which decided to go green.
I wish you an informative read – and do send us your feedback. You can download the report here: