In response to our 2016 case study report, Building the Business Case – which was a huge success with exposure to over 3 million people, more than fifty press mentions, and over 8,000 downloads - we have started the process to develop a new case study report, to be released in March 2018.
The Expressions of Interest for case studies closed on 4 July 2017, with 60 submissions. The submissions were judged on the quality of the health and wellbeing-outcome data and its connection with the indoor environment, how people felt in that space, and their productivity and economic output in those spaces. The top 15 submissions have now been chosen and we are working on developing the full case studies.
We’d like to thank our case study report sponsors, Land Securities and Delta Development, for their commitment to showcasing the best healthy and green buildings globally and taking up the cause themselves in their own projects.
For more information on the guidelines for 2017 submissions, see the document here. For those of you who missed the 2017 submissions, we'll be opening up the Expressions of Interest again in early 2018.
For any questions relating these reports or for sponsorship opportunities for the 2018 report, please contact Colin Powell, Project Manager for Better Places for People, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See below for existing case studies from the Better Places for People project.
Company: The Crown Estate
Location: Regent Street, London, United Kingdom
Focus: Public realm; Outdoor air quality; Customer perceptions; Customer satisfaction
Company: Cushman & Wakefield and NewRiver Retail
Location: United Kingdom (various)
Focus: Economic metrics; Dwell time; Frequency; Average Spend; ConversionDownload >