The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is undertaking an industry-wide survey and research to gain insight into how investment decisions across the property life-cycle are being influenced by wellbeing.
The research, sponsored by E.ON, will analyse survey and interview data from ULI members and feature best practice case studies to illustrate the investment case for health and wellbeing. A range of real estate professionals will be interviewed including investors, developers and occupiers, who will be asked to provide their opinions on the importance of wellbeing and where is sits alongside more established ESG issues; insights into the sectors and stakeholders driving the movement and the financial returns of capital investments into wellbeing.
The research will also draw on a wealth of existing global ULI material including ULI’s Building Healthy Places Toolkit, which provides recommendations for promoting health in real estate design and development; ULI’s Building for Wellness: The Business Case, and the recently released Business Case for Healthy Buildings report.
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