— RESPONSE CHECK —
The Response Check is carried out by GBCI and features a high-level review of your Assessment response followed by a discussion call. After the discussion call, you will receive a feedback report highlighting issues found.
The Response Check does not exclude you from the validation process. It is intended to ensure you have not overlooked important details in your submission and provides you the opportunity to ask for additional guidance and clarification on the GRESB Assessment indicators.
What are the benefits of a Response Check?
|Helps to reduce errors that may adversely impact your Assessment results.||Ensures that your submission is as complete as possible.|
|Identifies inconsistent responses and incorrect answer formats.||Provides you the opportunity to ask for additional guidance and clarification on the GRESB Assessment indicators.|
|Prepares you for the validation process.|
When can you request a Response Check?
The Response Check is available for request from April 2 each year, subject to available resources. We strongly encourage participants to place their request as early as possible.
What is the cost of a Response Check?
- If you are a GRESB Member the Response Check is free of charge for one entity. Additional Response Checks are available for members at a discounted rate of EUR 1,250 (USD 1,500)
- If you are a non-member, the Response Check is EUR 1,750 (USD 2,050).
How long does a Response Check take?
It takes approximately 2 weeks to perform a Response Check, including the review of your Assessment response, discussion call and preparation of the feedback report.
Can I make changes to the Assessment after the Response Check?
Yes, the purpose of the Response Check is to help you provide a complete and accurate Assessment submission. You can use the Response Check feedback to review your responses before you submit.
How do I request a Response Check?
Once you have completed all sections in the Assessment you can request a Response Check via the Portal by clicking “Submit to Response Check.” Please contact us with any questions.