WDP Romania has now achieved EDGE green building certification at 48 sites across the country, in a plan to proactively reduce the carbon footprint of their portfolio and improve tenant experience.
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La Française REM has set a goal of reducing CO2 emissions in accordance with the Paris Agreement to actively participate in the fight against global warming.
CBRE Global Investors' Angel Central shopping centre in Islington, London has been awarded the Fitwel for Workplace award, only the third shopping centre in the world to have achieved the health and wellbeing award.
Catella European Residential Fund III acquires first energy-positive Elithis Tower in Saint-Étienne, France
The first in a planned EUR2.0 billion investment programme of 100 ‘energy-positive ‘Elithis’ residential towers across Europe, aimed at providing affordable and sustainable homes, has been acquired in Saint-Etienne near Lyon in France, by the Catella European Residential Fund III (CER III).
Construction has begun on a new industrial park in Tottenham which is aiming to become the greenest development of its kind in London.
Commerz Real's energy investments generate savings of some 1.4 million tonnes of carbon dioxide in 2020
Commerz Real has reported electricity generation of 2,333 gigawatt-hours in 2020 by its nine renewable energy investment products for renewable energy.
With structural works well underway at 8 Bishopsgate, the development team behind the project has committed to delivering the most sustainable speculative tall building in London in Q4 2022.
Morteza Hospitality Bonds mandates Bedford Row Capital for new USD38.5m Maldives hotel development ESG bond listing
Bedford Row Capital (BRC), a global non-bank structuring specialist, has been mandated to work with hospitality and leisure investments specialist, Morteza Hospitality Bonds PLC, for a listed bond offering of USD38.5million. The bond will be listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange maturing 2024.
Vía Célere, a portfolio company of global alternative investment firm Värde Partners, has issued the first green bond by a residential real estate developer in the euro market.
The UK’s first major carbon neutral logistics park will be developed in Milton Keynes following the sale of a 135-acre site. The site was assembled by commercial property consultants Kirkby Diamond, working with four landowners, who selected Hampton Brook as the strategic land promoter.