The S2 Partnership Sponsors JLL PAM’s Responsible Property Management Awards 2019

7th October 2019

The S2 Partnership, an environmental and safety risk management consultancy and software provider to the real estate investment sector, is proud to be sponsoring the JLL Responsible Property Management (RPM) Awards, now in its second year.

Following the success of the inaugural awards evening in October 2018, where over 100 submissions were received, S2 remains a firm supporter of this event which demonstrates JLL’s overriding commitment to meeting the environmental management demands placed on the real estate sector, in order to reach ambitious future sustainability targets.

JLL RPM Awards

The 2019 awards ceremony will be held on 10th October, at JLL’s Head Office – 30 Warwick Street, London. With awards ranging from ‘best energy and utility management initiative’ through to ‘best social value initiative’, this event recognises the full spectrum of environmental sustainability issues and the social impact associated with property management.   

JLL launched these awards in 2018, to inspire others within the real estate sector to embed responsible environmental management into their practices and to continually aim to improve their environmental performance.  The results of the 2018 awards demonstrate the significant effort undertaken by JLL – and its supporting service partners – to achieve high levels of success in their drive towards sustainability.

About the S2 Partnership

Since its inception in 1999, the S2 Partnership has always worked to achieve the best interest of its clients, through innovative and high-quality services ranging from: assessing; auditing and consultancy; through to training and S2’s cloud-based property risk management software, RiskWise

As a Premier Partner of the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB), S2’s environmental team and RiskWise software support clients in achieving, maintaining and improving the highest standards of environmental, social and governance (ESG) management, particularly in the increasingly important area of Health and Wellbeing.