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CDC Habitat makes sure it has enough space to build


The public group has created a fund dedicated to the acquisition of industrial wastelands and buildings to be converted.

"We want to anticipate the climate law, by fighting against the artificialization of the soil",

declares Anne-Sophie Grave, the president of the executive board of CDC Habitat.

And for good reason: this subsidiary of the Caisse des dépôts is the leading social landlord in the country, with more than 530,000 housing units under management.

A heavyweight in real estate, it must face the constraints of the climate law, which aims for zero net artificialisation of the soil by 2050, and a reduction of 50% by 2030


“If we want to continue to build, we have to act upstream

,” explains the manager.

This is why we have created a fund, Hab'Initio, which focuses on industrial wasteland and buildings undergoing conversion.”

The goal: to acquire already artificialized land.

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CDC Habitat will carry out the operation during the period of obtaining building permits, then will work with real estate developers once they have been obtained.

In February 2022, the company launched a new fund dedicated to this activity…

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Source: lefigaro

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