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LEND LEASE develops sustainable buildings that protects, preserves and improves the environment.

4. Environment



Lend Lease is one of the world’s leading fully integrated property solutions providers, with strong development, investment management, project and construction managemen,t and asset and property management capabilities.

In developing landmark projects, Lend Lease’s commitment to intelligent design, stewardship of eco-friendly building materials and resources, investment in clean energy technologies and their ability to build partnerships at all levels of government and society, will move them closer to becoming a global sustainable leader.


- To be zero net carbon, water and waste as a minimum, and promote green building practices.  


To achieve this aspiration, they work to prevent pollution and explore every opportunity to demonstrate a positive impact on the environment in all their activities and developments, as well as their supply chain. Here are some examples of Land Lease’s sustainable green building projects:

Zero Net Carbon Homes - The Ft. Campbell Family Housing project, in partnership with the Army, have begun developing a demonstration of zero net energy LEED Platinum homes as an achievable standard for new military housing. Using a Department of Defense research grant, the team monitors post occupancy energy and water usage on a net-zero energy duplex home design. By comparing real time data from the net-zero design against standard duplex, the feedback will help make future choices for more efficient homes.

Zero Net Waste - Bluewater Retail Centre in Kent, United Kingdom now diverts 100% of its waste from landfill. All waste which is not suitable for segregation and recycling is sent to a Waste to Energy plant, which places electricity into the National Grid, powering parts of South-East London.

Zero Net Water - The water saving initiatives within the Gauge commercial building in Victoria Harbour will reduce potable water consumption by a further 30 per cent when compared with leading 5 Green Star rated buildings. Some of these initiatives include a black water sewage treatment system on site, grey water re-use, high efficiency fixtures and fittings in toilets, rainwater capture for irrigation of adjacent parkland and cooling tower control systems that limit water wastage.


- Good corporate image from leadership in sustainable building practices


- Large reductions in overall environmental impacts from buildings.  

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