Premises today are let on the basis of the floor space, but in 2030 the focus will be on the performance of the building – based on the specific requirements of the users and their companies. ESG and comfort monitoring will permit dynamic rental contracts. Science-based bench-marks and parameters for a pleasant indoor atmosphere will form the basis.
What is my favorite indoor climate? What type of ‘feelgood rooms’ has a company? How is energy used? Does this tenant act sustainably? What about the intensity of use? The answers to these and many other questions will define the performance level, and that in turn will form a solid factual basis on which the dynamic rental contract can be concluded. This means that monitoring the wellbeing or comfort factors and checking whether the ESG criteria are fulfilled can generate data and facts for the Performance-as-a-Service contract. This approach will ensure transparency and create a basis of trust for the user. The new rental contract will be perfectly geared to the user's needs, but it can be adapted just as dynamically to new users.