High-Performing Buildings: The Value Proposition for Real Estate


In Real Estate arguably the balance of power still very much lays with the landlord. Although leases are reducing in length enabling increased flexibility for corporate occupiers, the quality of corporate offices remains static with only a limited number of high-profile developments being considered high-performing buildings. That’s despite a general trend towards corporate occupiers demanding high-quality space which can increase employee engagement and productivity, help to recruit and retain talent and be used as an asset, rather than liability, to boost the bottom line.

This presentation will explore a recent fundamental shift in thinking between landlords, managing agents and occupiers, as well as examine the impact high-performing buildings will have on both corporate occupiers and investors.



Mark Tyson, Director of Property & Facilities Management at Capita

D2 Energy 11:30

As a senior leader at Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure, Mark Tyson is experienced in delivering innovative solutions, responding to needs of an ever-changing and challenging UK property market.

Being a part of Capita plc puts Mark in an exceptional position to draw on the wider strengths of Capita to enhance, optimise and ensure clients' properties are contributing to the well-being and productivity of their users while maximising value and reducing the cost of ownership.