65% of the environmental impact of buildings comes from its use
The sustainability of housing, protagonist in the V Immoscòpia Tribune. And it is that 65% of the environmental impact of buildings comes from its use and another third of the pollution is generated by the manufacture of the materials that compose it.
This has been one of the keys analyzed in the round table 'Trends in the real estate market for 2020: innovation, sustainability and market evolution', moderated by Anna Puigdevall, manager of the AIC, and which has had the participation of Guifré Homedes, CEO of Amat Inmobiliaris; Alfredo Díaz-Araque, head of Real Estate Business Development of Spotahome and expert in Proptech; Toni Solanas, member of the Association of Architecture and Sustainability and of the Col·legi d’Arquitectes de Catalunya; and Jordi Mateo, Director of Development of Tecnitasa.
The Immoscòpia Tribune, organized by COAPI of Barcelona and the Real Estate Association of Catalonia (AIC), has had the collaboration of APCE, IESE Business School and Obra Social ‘la Caixa’, being sponsored by Tecnotramit and TecniTasa. This Immoscòpia Tribune has been assisted by more than 300 real estate professionals.
The day has been inaugurated by Agustí Serra, secretary of the Urban and Territory Agenda of the Generalitat de Catalunya, who has indicated the objective of the Generalitat to “increase the social rental offer by 15% in the 152 main municipalities of Catalonia, which agglutinate 80% of the Catalan population to favor social rent and increase the available land, giving use to empty lots for social housing ”.
For his part Joan-Ramon València, president of the Immoscòpia Tribune, has indicated that “we do not know how prices and the market of supply and demand will behave, but in this leading event we give many tools so that the sector can analyze both the market for new construction such as second-hand, as well as the incidence of new technological trends ”.