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Berlin LSP: Healthy Places

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Presentations from Leaders Study Program, Berlin 2016

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Berlin LSP: Healthy Places

  1. 1. Health & Wellbeing for the built environment Introductory Seminar Berlin 15 November 2016
  2. 2. A new confluence of drivers: private & public health concerns / an aging population / new technology / data transparency
  3. 3. PBS News: “Delhi’s air pollution closes hundreds of schools, renews alarms” New Delhi, India, November 2, 2016.
  4. 4. More than 80% of people living in urban areas that monitor air pollution are exposed to air quality levels that exceed the World Health Organization (WHO) limits. While all regions of the world are affected, populations in low-income cities are the most impacted. According to the latest urban air quality database, 98% of cities in low- and middle income countries with more than 100 000 inhabitants do not meet WHO air quality guidelines. However, in high-income countries, that percentage decreases to 56%. In the past two years, the database – now covering 3000 cities in 103 countries – has nearly doubled, with more cities measuring air pollution levels and recognizing the associated health impacts. As urban air quality declines, the risk of stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, and chronic and acute respiratory diseases, including asthma, increases for the people who live in them. WHO Global Urban Ambient Air Pollution Database (update 2016) WHO Regions: Africa / Americas / East. Mediterranean / Europe / SE Asia / West Pacific
  5. 5. More than 80% of people living in urban areas that monitor air pollution are exposed to air quality levels that exceed the World Health Organization (WHO) limits. While all regions of the world are affected, populations in low-income cities are the most impacted. According to the latest urban air quality database, 98% of cities in low- and middle income countries with more than 100 000 inhabitants do not meet WHO air quality guidelines. However, in high-income countries, that percentage decreases to 56%. In the past two years, the database – now covering 3000 cities in 103 countries – has nearly doubled, with more cities measuring air pollution levels and recognizing the associated health impacts. As urban air quality declines, the risk of stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, and chronic and acute respiratory diseases, including asthma, increases for the people who live in them. WHO Global Urban Ambient Air Pollution Database (update 2016) Air pollution causes 7 million deaths per year from lung cancer, strokes and heart disease. Seven million people globally are dying prematurely every year due to toxic levels of air pollution, according to the World Health Organization (WHO)
  6. 6. “The trends all point in a single direction – more and more consumer spending on health and wellness…. WELLNESS IS THE NEXT TRILLION DOLLAR INUSTRY as employees invest in health living programs and as customer take more responsibility for their own health.” - McKinsey and Company
  7. 7. 90% of employees admitted that their attitude to work is adversely affected by the quality of their workplace environment We now spend 90% of our time indoors Source: Gensler, The US Workplace Survey (2006)
  8. 8. We no longer live in the manner for which we were designed Sleep patterns Diet Exercise Social interaction Life Expectancy Image: Vector Open Stock
  9. 9. A new confluence of drivers: private & public health concerns / an aging population / new technology / data transparency
  10. 10. But this is not something which is fundamentally new to us as human beings, or as mammals…. We have known for centuries that we like light, water, green spaces, and choice
  11. 11. Getty Villa, California Modelled on Villa of the Papyri in Herculaneum c.76 BC
  12. 12. Employee Surveys Retention Recruitment Workplace Design Health Wellbeing Physical Environment Corporate Culture Management & Leadership It is a complex, integrated puzzle
  13. 13. Before: design, then occupiers…..
  14. 14. Now: people, then design
  15. 15. The industry is beginning to formalise its approach
  16. 16. The industry is beginning to formalise its approach
  17. 17.  Synergies  Links  No links  Conflict Integration with existing frameworks
  18. 18. WELL Building Standard™
  19. 19. *Pilots being developed for: Multifamily Residential, Exercise Facilities, Education, Public Assemblies, Retail, Healthcare, Restaurant, Commercial Kitchens Commercial and Institutional Offices • Core and Shell Compliance • New & Existing Buildings Certification • New & Existing Interiors Certification Typologies* Available now
  20. 20. Property Lifecycle Where does health & wellbeing fit? Capital Land Acquisition Concept Design Procurement Construction Commissioning Leasing Handover Occupancy Maintenance Refurbishment Demolition End of Life
  21. 21. Who is health & wellbeing for? It’s all about the occupier? HR Estates EHS & Sustainability Facilities
  22. 22. Who else? Fixtures & Furniture Construction Sensors Interior Design Catering Facilities Management Landlords MEP Engineering Cleaning Property Management Investors Architect BMS Modelling Dashboards Lighting HVAC DataTesting Lighting Designer DevelopersAgents OCCUPIERS
  23. 23. Costs
  24. 24. Certification & Consultancy Costs Standard Certification Costs (<5,000m2) Consultation Costs BREEAM £1-2k £10-20k LEED £4k £15-25k Living Building £10-15k £15-25k WELL £11k (discounted) £15-25k
  25. 25. Estimated Certification & Consultancy Costs 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 BREEAM LEED Living Building WELL Cost Comparison Certification fees Consultancy costs Recertification GBP ‘000s
  26. 26. Insight into WELL costs Target Credits Starting Point Existing Practice Annual Reporting Project Size Program Impact Pre-/ Re- Certification Soft Costs
  27. 27. Benefits • Staff retention / recruitment • Absenteeism • Performance enhancement • Reduction in staff performance of nearly 5% for each degree below 210C and 2% for each degree above 250C • Recruitment & Retention • Corporate branding & marketing • Price of not taking action…. • Reputation & leadership • Leasability • Rental yield • Value • Future-proofing And in the future… • Compliance • Insurance • Litigation • Value
  28. 28. All data / images from Qlear, courtesy of GIGA Workplace trends vs health consequences
  29. 29. What should I do next? • Choose your restaurant and cuisine type • Check out the menu • Ask about the specials • Select your drinks • Enjoy your (healthy) food
  30. 30. Philippa Gill Partner, Real Estate www.verdextra.com philippa.gill@verdextra.com @verdextra

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