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The circular economy at the very heart of construction
“Nothing is lost, everything is transformed”. The circular economy applied to real estate means re-using and developing buildings, infrastructures and neighbourhoods without drying up natural resources, polluting the environment or damaging our ecosystems. The aim of the circular economy is also to use raw materials sensibly, re-purpose and recycle waste. It is, more than ever, a part of property development’s business model.
BNP Paribas REIM strengthens its ESG approach, a key contributor to responsible investment
In the 2020 edition of its ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) report, BNP Paribas REIM has unveiled its new approach to sustainable investment. The integration of ESG criteria into investment decisions now enables BNP Paribas REIM to anticipate risks more accurately, contribute to boost asset performance by strengthening resilience, and anticipate environmental legislation.
Networks NØR Brussels
With 13,800 m² spread over 9 floors, the NØR building is designed to be flexible and multifunctional. It can accommodate small organisations (from 800 m²) as well as larger tenants. It has a BREEAM Outstanding rating and has, among other things, breathtaking views of Brussels and a feng shui garden in the courtyard.
When sustainable real estate investment combines performance with responsibility
In the early days of sustainable development, many actions were described as sustainable without any concrete evidence or results to demonstrate it. The greenwashing illusion was common.
From Nehla Krir, Head of Sustainability & CSR at BNP Paribas REIM Group
Property Management and environmental responsibility in buildings
Property Management is the cornerstone of the landlord-tenant relationship. For both owners and users, it develops innovative solutions based on building data management and analysis of reliable indicators to help them improve buildings' energy and environmental performance.