BPI REAL ESTATE: responsible and sustainable property development.
An urban player that truly stands out
End users, who are at the heart of every project, encourage us to innovate in many ways, whether in terms of mobility, energy or impact.
To us, designing and building the cities of tomorrow means not shying away from bold decisions.
Well-thought-out urban projects, high-quality architecture, inspiring spaces and a solid social commitment are all crucial to more sustainable cities.
And we must all play our part. At BPI REAL ESTATE, we have been anticipating and building cities for 30 years, fully in line with the standards of tomorrow.
«Shape Urban Harmony through inspiring AND SUSTAINABLE Real Estate Developments»
Projects with a measurable impact
BPI REAL ESTATE follows guidelines that pursue a broad range of new objectives, such as sustainable development. Two examples are the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) and ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) criteria, both of which enshrine more sustainable, socially responsible practices that guarantee a ‘different’ impact.
These measurable objectives are well anchored in the philosophy and projects of BPI REAL ESTATE.
OUR IMPACT OVER THE LAST 12 MONTHS:
Focus on our carbon footprint
We carefully consider the carbon footprint of each of our projects, and all of our development and construction activities are based on well-defined criteria such as the SDGs.
In fact, 3 of the 17 very exhaustive SDGs are a priority for BPI REAL ESTATE and are therefore incorporated into everything we do: affordable and clean energy (SDG 7), sustainable cities and communities (SDG 11) and partnerships that support these goals (SDG 17). 6 other SDGs are also frequently acted upon, depending on the project in question.
Whether you are an owner, an investor, a private individual or a professional…
You can count on BPI REAL ESTATE for projects that are guaranteed to last.
* Projects/phases counted at 100% as long as the project status at the time when the metering is done is between 6 months before the submission of the permit and 6 months after the delivery of the building.
** ‘fossil-free’: no gas, no fuel oil, no coal.
*** ‘CO2-friendly’: projects incorporating at least CHP, a biomass, pellet or geothermal energy heat network, passive buildings, or projects that are at least 10% more efficient than the national nZEB standard