Berkeley Estate Asset Management (BEAM)

Berkeley Estate Asset Management (BEAM) is a specialist London-based asset and development manager. We provide a tailored end-to-end real estate platform ranging from origination to asset management, development management and disposal.

We deliver considered advice and focus on delivering sustainable, long term returns which future proof our assets under management.

The team at BEAM take collective and individual responsibility to be leaders in ESG. We have committed to setting ambitious and measurable targets – at both a corporate level and for each asset under management with a clear pathway to being Net Zero Carbon by 2030.

To achieve this, we have created a framework of guiding principles, ensuring that we minimise the impact of our actions, improve wellbeing and deliver desirable, highly efficient buildings that are environmentally future-proofed and that generate durable long-term returns.

We regularly and rigorously test our strategies and employ the highest levels of governance to minimise downside risk, whilst maximising value.

Key Facts: 

  • The first to introduce Zoonex Systems - A unique chemical free anti-microbial solution delivering improved air quality in buildings through the ventilation system
  • Champions of digitally led PPM through OMNI technology in partnership with BESA
  • 38 Berkeley Square will be the first 8 storey BREEAM Outstanding tall CLT Frame Building on Berkeley Square, Mayfair
  • First to introduce OXONOX Technology - a system designed for lifts and escalators to destroy all pathogens either airborne or on surfaces in high-risk areas

“We are delighted to have joined this eminent thought leading organisation and look forward to making a positive contribution towards improving the sustainability credentials of our built environment” 

Giles Easter, Chief Executive, Berkeley Estate Asset Management

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