As COP26 continues in Glasgow, EG’s Sarah Jackman takes a look at how the dilapidations process can be made greener. Joining her to discuss the topic are Jon Rowling, technical partner and dilapidations specialist at TFT, Siobhan Cross, real estate dispute resolution partner at Pinsent Masons, and Allan Clark, head of sustainability and facilities compliance at Pinsent Masons.
Rowling discusses why green dilapidations are receiving increased interest and highlights measures that could be adopted to make the process less wasteful, while Cross discusses how a more sustainable approach – such as retaining an existing fit out – could work from a legal perspective. Clark provides the occupier perspective and reflects on achieving the right balance between acting sustainably, while at the same time safeguarding business interests.
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