Build back better
Singapore’s approach to responsible real estate
What does sustainability mean for real estate stakeholders in Singapore?
There is growing pressure on organizations to adopt more responsible and sustainable business practices. Yet, only a handful of corporate occupiers and investors are able to implement a sustainability strategy that will move the needle on their net zero targets.
On 18 November 2021, we brought together prominent stakeholders in commercial real estate to share their diverse perspectives on why sustainability is high on their boardroom agendas, the challenges they face, and how they are operationalizing their strategies into meaningful results.
Watch the on-demand videos of the session to get insights on how major real estate stakeholders in Singapore can come together to make a real impact.
David has over 30 years’ experience with Lendlease in development, design, funding, public/private partnerships, and asset and property management. He has worked across key property sectors and led numerous major city renewal projects with government, institutional investors and private sector partners.
Yvonne Lim Li Chuen
Yvonne is presently the Group Director of Physical Planning at URA. She is involved in the planning of Singapore’s land use, the Master Plan, formulating planning strategies to achieve our land use plans and communicating our land use plan to the public.
Natalie is a high calibre workplace operations manager with over 15 years’ experience leading and managing teams to provide exceptional workplace experiences across a range of different sectors. She focuses on delivering global workplace strategies and programs across Asia Pacific.
Peter facilitates the coordination of current and future 3PL, e-commerce, end-user, and hyperscale/colocation requirements throughout Asia Pacific.
He contributes towards future value in emerging innovation areas such as new investment geographies, automation and robotics, cold storage, data centers, last-mile logistics, carbon neutrality and sustainability.
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