• BBP members halfway to emissions reduction target

    The 2013 – 2014 annual report has been released, with results showing that members have reduced their emissions by 35 per cent since 2006, placing them halfway to their 70 per cent emissions reduction target by 2030, ahead of schedule. Read more

  • BBP wins 'Innovator of the year'

    The BBP’s best practice leasing work, which has been successful in delivering better owner-tenant relationships and environmental performance has been recognised by being named 'Innovator of the year' at the Banksia Award 2014. Read more

  • BBP partners to establish Sydney Industrial Ecology Network

    The Better Buildings Partnership is partnering with Edge Environment, who have been awarded an Industrial Ecology Grant from the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) to establish the Sydney Metropolitan Industrial Ecology Network. Read more

  • BBP releases market research for fitout waste

    The Better Buildings Partnership has released market research exploring why waste occurs in commercial building fitouts and what can be done about it, with particular focus on the materials that dominate the fitout waste stream. Download the report

  • BBP_Lease_ClausesGetting the lease right with model clauses

    The Better Buildings Partnership in association with Spark Helmore Lawyers has released a suite of downloadable model lease clauses in a push to get frameworks for sustainable operations and collaboration throughout the life of commercial leases right from the on-set. Find out more
  • The Tenants and Landlords Guide to Happiness

    The Tenants & Landlords Guide to Happiness

    Can better collaboration, shared goals and sustainable outcomes be achieved between commercial tenants and landlords? Find out how in the newly launched ebook, The Tenants and Landlords Guide to Happiness produced by The Fifth Estate in partnership with the Better Buildings Partnership. Find out more
  • Better Buildings Partnership

    The Better Buildings Partnership is a collaboration of a number of Sydney’s leading public, private and institutional landlords. The Partnership aims to improve the sustainability performance of existing commercial and public sector buildings across Sydney. Find out more