The transition to an emission-free economy and current demographic changes define the business of companies in the real estate sector. It is up to companies to respond effectively to these challenges and turn them into opportunities.
Although the direct environmental impact of real estate service companies is low, they have the ability to exert influence on operations carried out over the course of of the value chain, processes that do have a major impact on the environment.
  • Construction: building design and architecture, choice of materials, waste management, building location and landscape impact, etc.
  • Operation of buildings: minimising energy needs, maximising energy efficiency, influencing mobility patterns...
  • Difficulty in accessibility to housing for certain segments of the population.
  • Changes in lifestyles and needs that affect the demand for housing.
  • Impact of housing on the health and quality of life of its inhabitants.
  • Effect on the urban landscape and community design.
  • Need to rethink the criteria that apply in the decision making to respond to social and ecological needs.
  • Initiatives of sustainable building: passive houses, energy efficiency.
  • Promotion of accessibility to housing for vulnerable and/or underprivileged population groups.
  • Facilitating access to affordable decent housing.
  • Positive impact on the community: increased security, development of infrastructure and services, revitalisation of local shops and businesses...
  • Promoting constructions that maximise the quality of life of its inhabitants: location, design, architecture (ventilation, lighting, orientation...).
  • Boosting alternative business models: rental, co-living, rehabilitation...
We provide expertise and support to help mitigate risks and seize opportunities specific to this sector.


Defining the business purpose

and incorporation into the company's activity.

Materiality analysis:

identification of the sustainability issues that generate the greatest risks and opportunities.

Strategic sustainability plan

setting objectives, indicators and actions to achieve them.

Responsible supply chain management:

GHG emissions, water use, waste generation, labour practices...

Transition to a circular economy:

strategy, objectives and actions.

Measuring social and environmental impact

of the company's activity.