European investors say sustainable buildings lack clear evaluation criteria

February 15, 2011

Assessing the sustainability of buildings is still problematic for European investors, although a growing number of them now systematically collect metrics on their existing properties, according to a study by Union Investment Real Estate.  According to the survey, just 24% of participating property investors in Germany, France and the UK think that clear evaluation criteria exist for measuring the sustainable quality of buildings in their respective countries.

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