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NEINVER renews its centres’ BREEAM In-Use certifications

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NEINVER, a Spanish company specialised in investment, development and management of property assets—the second-largest operator of outlet centres in Europe and the largest in Spain and Poland—has successfully completed BREEAM In-Use recertification of all the outlet centres in Europe under the company’s management for a minimum of 2 years, in keeping with its commitment to sustainability.Scores rose at 92% of the centres,reinforcing the excellent sustainability and energy efficiency of the company’s asset management, and its commitment to ongoing improvement.

As early as 2013, NEINVER positioned itself as a benchmark in sustainable management when it became the first operator to earn BREEAM In-Use certification (which certifies buildings that have operated for at least two years) for its whole outlet portfolio in Europe. The company has proved its commitment by renewing its certificates and certifying three new centres. In all, the process involved assessing 18 centres in 2016 and early 2017.

In Spain, the five The Style Outlets centres—Getafe, San Sebastián de los Reyes, Las Rozas, Coruña and Sevilla — received an “Excellent” rating for building management. In addition, the Nassica Retail and Leisure Park, whose management NEINVER assumed two years ago, has earned BREEAM In-Use certification for the first time, also with a rating of “Excellent.”

In Poland, certification was renewed for five centres — Galeria Malta, FACTORY Ursus, FACTORY Poznan, FACTORY Krakow and FACTORY Wroclaw — all of which earned a “Very Good” rating for their management. In addition, FACTORY Annopol and Futura Park Wroclaw received the BREEAM In-Use seal for the first time, both with a rating of “Very Good.”

In Italy, the two centres that the company manages — Vicolungo The Style Outlets and Castel Guelfo The Style Outlets — boosted their building-management rating from “Good” to “Very Good.”

In Portugal, Vila do Conde The Style Outlets also renewed its certification, increasing its rating from “Good” to “Very Good” since 2013.

Lastly, Zweibrücken The Style Outlets in Germany maintained its management rating of “Good” and building-design rating of “Very Good” under the company’s supervision.

The renewal process did not include Roppenheim The Style Outlets in France, whose certification was renewed in 2015, making it the first outlet centre in Europe to obtain a rating of “Outstanding” for building management.

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