BBP lease scoring tool

engaging tenants in sustainability

Sydney and Melbourne jointly are one of 10 recipients to receive the prestigious C40 Cities Awards 2016 as global recognition for cities that are demonstrating climate action leadership. General scene in the WT Partnership offices Level 26, 45 Clarence Street on Friday, Nov.18, 2016, in Sydney, Australia. Sponsored by an association of cities, including Melbourne and Sydney, the CitySwitch Green Office programme has fostered collaboration and leadership among a growing network of business leaders across Australia who are committed to environmental excellence. The programme offers easy-to-access, high-value support for office-based businesses to improve their day-to-day energy and sustainability performance. (Rick Stevens/AP Images for C40)

The BBP Lease Scoring Tool allows organisations to score their approach to better leasing on a scale: recognising the presence, actions and commitments of topics identified as industry best practice. On completion, the organisation is delivered a scorecard displaying the level of their work, ranging from compliant (<25%) all the way through to a silver (>50%) or gold (>75%) badge. Organisation are able to utilise the relevant logo mark across advertising, reports and surveys as evidence of their commitments to better leasing.

The scoring of lease frameworks is not a certification. It is a self-assessment of an organisation’s willingness to collaborate, take action and commit on industry-endorsed topics. Visit the BBP Lease Scoring Tool.