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The business case for green infrastructure A Developer’s perspective. Brad Bamfield Chairman The Whole Life Cost Forum MD The Solution Organisation Ltd 07803 133110 Chairman@wlcf.org.uk Brad_Bamfield@thesolutionorganisation.com. Why do Developers Develop ?. To make money

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the business case for green infrastructure a developer s perspective

The business case for green infrastructureA Developer’s perspective

Brad Bamfield

Chairman The Whole Life Cost Forum

MD The Solution Organisation Ltd

07803 133110

Chairman@wlcf.org.ukBrad_Bamfield@thesolutionorganisation.com

why do developers develop
Why do Developers Develop ?
  • To make money
  • To improve business reputation
  • To make money
  • To improve the facilities for occupiers
  • To make money
  • To improve the built environment
  • To make money
my message today
My message today

How to increase the developers yield by 0.5 to 1%

bottom line
Bottom line
  • A 20,000 sqft building
  • @ £18.50 per sqft
  • 0.5% improvement in yield
  • + £400,000

Yes that is £400,000

calculating yield
Calculating yield
  • Yield is a complex calculation
  • Rent x number of years
  • Includes
    • Letability
    • Saleability
    • Void
    • Attractiveness to occupiers
definition of wlc
Definition of WLC

Whole Life Cost is the analysis of all relevant and identifiable financial cashflows regarding the acquisition and use of an asset.

project relationships
Project Relationships
  • Capital Cost 1
  • Revenue Cost 5x
  • Business Cost 200x

1 : 5 : 200

wlc the big picture

Design

Build

Operate

Dispose

Total

Run / Maintain

£ 40%

100%

Cost of

Ownership

Repair

£ 30%

£

?%

£

3%

£

17%

Periodic

Replacement / Refurbish

£ 10%

1 Year

2 Years

25 Years

1 Year

Total

WLC – The Big Picture

Source Gardiner & Theobald

increasing yield through living roofs
Increasing yield through Living Roofs
  • 2 very similar central London multi let offices
  • One has living roof
  • One has 35% void period of the other
  • One receives 20% higher rent
  • Case study being developed
springboard centre somerset
Springboard Centre, Somerset
  • Non commercial property
  • Living roof 5 year payback
    • Energy only
  • Case study

www.thesolutionorganisation.com

  • Includes review of bio-diversity
laban centre deptford12
Laban Centre, Deptford
  • Here the roof improves the conditions in the building for the users
  • Costs were unnecessarily high through lack of planning and coordination

www.livingroofs.org

planners
& Planners

Working together? Developers & Planners

  • What does the developer want?
    • To sell the development!
  • How does the developer sell the development?
    • By ensuring people want to live/work in it!
working together developers planners
Working together? Developers & Planners

Developers &

  • What does the planner want?
    • They want the development to work!
  • How does the planner make this happen?
    • By ensuring people want to live/work in the development!
living roofs
Living roofs
  • Make money –
  • Contribute to saving the planet
  • Improve the working environment

lots of it.

Sustainability in action

the result
The result
  • Developers & Planners;
  • Why can we not work together ?

want the same thing

conclusion
Conclusion
  • Think in terms of Whole Life Costs (not just capital costs)
  • Good quality green infrastructure can:
    • Let business space
    • Add value to a property
    • Reap savings
  • An integrated approach is essential
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Brad Bamfield

Chairman The Whole Life Cost Forum

MD The Solution Organisation Ltd

07803 133110

Chairman@wlcf.org.ukBrad_Bamfield@thesolutionorganisation.com