It’s important that businesses recognise the important contribution they can make and this is a great opportunity for owners of business premises to help shape a better, healthier UK.
“We are supporting this project because it is about property owners and occupiers giving something back to communities like London,” says David King, Chairman of Asset Services at CBRE. “If we can’t measure the air pollution levels in the city, we can’t do anything about them. This project is for the good of everyone in London and the UK, especially our children.”
1: Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL): local authorities can choose to charge this levy on new developments in their area. The money is used to support development by funding infrastructure that the council, local community and neighbourhoods want
2: Section 106: site specific mitigation of the impact of development or ‘developer contributions’