ESG

At PointCo Group, one of our main ambitions is to contribute to building a responsible future. Still too highly polluting and energy inefficient, the real estate sector is more than ever at the heart of ecological transition.

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BE AWARE OF THE ECOLOGICAL IMPACT OF THE REAL ESTATE SECTOR
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INTEGRATING ESG INTO OUR CORPORATE STRATEGY
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APPLY OUR BELIEFS AND BUILD A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
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BE AWARE OF THE ECOLOGICAL IMPACT OF THE REAL ESTATE SECTOR

Through their construction and use, buildings represent 36% of the world’s energy consumption.

The real estate sector is responsible for more than 40% of the carbon dioxide emissions related to energy.

Its ecological footprint is even greater if you consider the quantity of water and raw materials consumed by players in this sector.

In order to limit the rise in world temperatures to less than 2°C by 2030, the real estate sector must reduce the average energy intensity of buildings by at least 30%, according to the United Nations

INTEGRATING ESGINTO OUR CORPORATE STRATEGY

More than 70% of the world’s buildings are at least 20 years old.
This is why we think that all types of properties offer significant possibilities for environmental improvement.
It is therefore essential that progress is made not only in new construction, but also in existing buildings.

Initiatives are an integral part of our global strategy and all our projects are designed with the aim of actively participating in the development of an ethical and responsible real estate sector. Integrating such criteria means also serving the general interest of PointCo Group clients by allowing them to thus add substantial value to the net result of their assets.

In order to successfully realise such an ambition, technology is our best ally. The latest innovations and new materials allow us to make our buildings and their development more sustainable.

Our ambition is even greater in the health sector with PointCo Healthcare: developing global scale infrastructures and care in this sector can only benefit society if we agree with the strictest objectives of compliance with the criteria of
sustainable development.

There are many ways of improving a building’s ESG performances in order to allow financially, ecologically and socially sustainable development for all stakeholders.
Our experts therefore take into account and optimise many aspects from a building’s design, including the architecture, the environmental conditions, the building’s carbon impact throughout its lifespan and its recycling, to the training of personnel in order to supply the best services to the residents.

Our mission is to support our partners and clients in their desire for expansion. We therefore share our knowledge and pan-European expertise with them in order to help them easily control this important stage in their company development.

APPLYING OUR BELIEFS AND BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

ESG criteria are not limited to the effect of greenhouse gases per square metre. From the operator’s governance, the management of the various stakeholders, to social criteria, it is important to address all aspects of a real estate investment’s social responsibility.

In 2021, we financed the construction of some new retirement homes which illustrate what an ESG building could be: buildings with a negative carbon impact, thanks to the use of the most recent construction techniques (chilled ventilation thanks to geothermal energy, without air-conditioning, a schedule for the dismantling and recycling of the building’s frame at the end of the building’s life, an environmental impact study, the use of solar panels, solar water heating, recirculation of the building’s heat and insulation using bio-sourced components).

The buildings have been designed with the management of epidemics in mind, with the possibility for the retirement home to function as small units independent one from the other, over-pressurised bedrooms and an under-pressurised corridor and outdoor spaces for each resident.

The building itself has been designed to settle into its district, and impact studies on the community have been carried out in order to be sure that its neighbours were in agreement with the construction of a healthcare building in their district. The operator offers training and career plans to employees in order to guarantee the best care for the residents and to guarantee the best skills for the employees.

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MAXIME MONIER

COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT & ESG POINTCO GROUP

OUR INTERNATIONAL TRACK RECORDS
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UK
  • 11
    BUILDINGS
  • 36.652
    SQM
  • 765
    BEDS
France
  • 43
    BUILDINGS
  • 263.298
    SQM
Italy
  • 1
    BUILDINGS
  • 9.000
    SQM
  • 180
    BEDS
Portugal
  • 16
    BUILDINGS
  • 72.311
    SQM
  • 1.35
    BEDS
Spain
  • 3
    BUILDINGS
  • 14.326
    SQM
  • 321
    BEDS
Pointco-Group-Preston-marina
England (UK) - 2022
Care Home – Greenfield

4.000 sqm

69 Beds

30 year firm lease

Pointco-Group-Soham
England (UK) - 2021
Care Home – New Building

5.371 sqm

70 Beds

30 year firm lease

Pointco-Group-Oakspring
England (UK) - 2021
Care Home – New Building

2.902 sqm

74 Beds

30 year firm lease

Pointco-Group-North-Berwick
Scotland (UK) - 2021
Care Home – New Building

3.833 sqm

70 Beds

30 year firm lease

Pointco-Group-Preston
England (UK) - 2021
Care Home – New Building

2.492 sqm

53 Beds

30 year firm lease

Pointco-Group-Inverness
Scottish Highlands (UK) - 2020
Care Home – New Building

4.152 sqm

88 Beds

30 year firm lease

Pointco-Group-BoW-Ph1
Scottish Highlands (UK) - 2020
Care Home – New Building

3.786 sqm

74 Beds

30 year firm lease

Pointco-Group-Musselburgh
Scottish Highlands (UK) - 2020
Care Home – New Building

2.521 sqm

43 Beds

30 year firm lease

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