The Project/Programme Sustainability Logbook

A sustainabilty monitoring system


Enabling the life-cycle sustainability and resilience of buildings and infrastructure. 


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A Project/Programme Sustainability Logbook (PPSL) supports the design, construction, operation and monitoring of a clearly identified built asset to help ensure that sustainability features are agreed upon by all stakeholders and pursued throughout the asset's life-cycle.

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The built asset may take many forms ranging from a building or a service infrastructure facility to a group of buildings with or without infrastructure to a programme involving a collection of assets. A PPSL helps shareholders and interested parties establish and share a vision for sustainable development, and to ensure that this vision is preserved and monitored from the planning phase through construction and operation until the asset's end-of-life.

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A PPSL logbook is developed and made available in the PPSL system comprising:

  • Monitoring Tables in on-and off-line tools that form the basis for a logbook;
  • Explanatory Notes in guidelines to help establish a common language;
  • Repertoire with information sheets giving descriptions and links to relevant sustainablity frameworks;
  • User Instructions to help users create and maintain a logbook;
  • Guidelines providing a overview.


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Source documents and resources are available for each of the PPSL components.

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The PPSL system has the urban environment as a special focus since most  global environmental, social and governance issues are located in cities.

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