The current market environment and the energy crisis, but also the EU Taxonomy Regulation (2020/852) require more attention to the existing ESG (Environmental Social Governance) criteria. It is a challenge for all participants in the real estate sector to assume the necessary ecological and social responsibility in the future. As an optimizer of existing properties, we act in a resource-saving manner right from the start.

The topics of sustainability and energy efficiency not only serve to ensure the marketability of the property in the future and in the long term, but the focus here is also particularly on tenant satisfaction. Depending on the asset class and current or future use, as well as the respective yield requirements, we can create a needs-based catalog of measures for each property that provides acceptable and efficient measures.

The Mayfield team is constantly educating themselves in this area and uses all available offers such as study programs and seminars from renowned business schools and other service providers.