Whether constructing, buying, leasing or occupying property assets, global investment decisions and effective policy instruments crucially depend on transparency and comparability and both rely on consistent data. To gain the confidence of policymakers, builders, developers, architects, investors, and all building sector stakeholders, data must be both available and storable and credible, i.e. verifiable and transparent.
Developing and using Building Passports for capturing, administering and managing a building’s data and information across the whole life cycle is increasingly seen as by many as a way of overcoming current data gaps and data barriers among policy makers and market participants alike which is why GlobalABC Work Area 5 on Building Measurement, Data and Information is in the process of preparing global practical guidelines for the development of Building Passports.
Join Work Area 5 members for an interactive webinar session on 10 December 2020 to learn about the guidelines project and:
- How Building Passports support policy-making, sustainable finance and investment market transformation
- Multiple benefits for individual stakeholders
- Ongoing Building Passport type data and information initiatives