Regency Real Estate
Established in 2019, Regency Real Estate is a commercial property consultancy specialising in Property and Asset Management. We provide bespoke, best-in-class advice for our clients, tailoring our services to deliver business focused solutions to optimise the performance of our clients’ portfolios now and for the future.
We manage over 2 million sqft of commercial real estate, £15 million in service charge per annum and collect over £60million in rent. Our management portfolio extends throughout London and across the UK.
Retrofitting existing assets is essential if we are to succeed in decarbonising the real estate sector in line with achieving the commitments set out in the Paris Climate Agreement. As a managing agent we have a crucial role to play in identifying opportunities for delivering on the sustainability agenda, with a particular focus on the areas the create value for both owners and occupiers by enhancing the asset and improving occupier experience.
Our Sustainability team recognises the importance of managing property in a responsible manner, fostering collaboration between owners and occupiers to help both parties meet their respective goals. Prioritising ESG has the potential to create value and mitigate against risk, particularly with increasingly stringent regulations around the sustainability performance of buildings. We are committed to supporting our clients to achieve their corporate objectives whilst promoting sustainability at the asset-level.
“We are proud to join the Managing Agents Partnership, which will enable Regency RE to collaborate with peers and contribute towards setting industry standards when it comes to sustainability in the built environment. With the support of the MAP we will be better equipped to support our clients and enable them to achieve their sustainability ambitions.”Philip Dale, CEO of Regency Real Estate
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