Union Professionnelle du Secteur Immobilier – Beroepsvereniging van de Vastgoedsector (BE)
Union Professionnelle du Secteur Immobilier – Beroepsvereniging van de Vastgoedsector (UPSI – BVS), the Professional Association of Real Estate Sector has a long history dating back to 1956.It brings together developers, builders, and real estate investors in Belgium.
The UPSI – BVS represents its members at a federal and regional level and provides public authorities with strategic advice. It also plays an important role within federal and local committees for territorial planning.
Fédération des Promoteurs Immobiliers (FR)
Fédération des Promoteurs Immobiliers (FPI), the Federation of Real Estate Developers, dates back to 1971, when two French developers and house builders’ trade unions merged to become the National Federation of Developers and Constructors (FNPC), changing to its current name in 2005.
The FPI is the only professional organization representing private sector developers in France and it is a trusted partner of public administration, government and parliamentarians. It is actively involved in the decision-making process of laws and regulations concerning the different areas of activity of its members.
Union Nationale des Aménageurs (FR)
The UNAM is a professional organisation dedicated exclusively to planning. It brings together 300 companies, mostly private, distributed among 14 regional chambers. It assists its Members in fulfilling a mission of general interest to participate in an operational way in the planning of the cities, towns and villages, in consultation with the elected officials and the public authorities.
Bundesverband Freier Immobilien- und Wohnungsunternehmen (DE)
The BFW, Federal Association of Private Real Estate and Housing Companies, functions as the mouthpiece for private housing and real estate companies and is the political engine for the concerns of its members in Germany. Besides having their interests represented to politicians and administrations, the companies also benefit from the comprehensive service offering of the BFW. Reliable and favorable general conditions are a prime concern in the association’s work. Issues specifically relating to the real estate industry, including technical, planning, economic and environmental matters, are critically scrutinized and constructive solutions for the member companies are tabled in close dialogue with politicians and administrators.
Irish Home Builders Association (IE)
The IHBA provides house builders and developers with the information and knowledge required to operate successfully in today’s complex, fast-changing and increasingly challenging regulatory and business environment.
With the ever changing landscape of the Irish construction industry in mind the CIF, through the IHBA provides a broad range of services designed to support companies engaged in the development and housing sectors, to all members that interface with the statutory planning system and building control systems.
Address: Construction House, Canal Road, Dublin 6 (Ireland)
Tel.: +353 (0)1 406 6000
Malta Developers Association (MT)
Set up in 2011, the Malta Developers Association (MDA) is the highest body and voice of private Real Estate developers in Malta.
The MDA links private real estate developers to the relevant state authorities and to customers through numerous initiatives and activities. In particular, it promotes responsible development and ownership of real estate in Malta through legislative advocacy, educational programs and professional networking opportunities.
Norwegian Home Builders’ Association (NO)
Boligprodusentenes Forening, the Norwegian Home Builders’ Association, is the trade organisation for the residential producing companies in Norway. The association has nearly 800 member companies which account for over half of residential construction in the country.
The Association is the leading voice of housing policies in Norway. Its activities are especially geared towards industrial policy issues and development in residential construction. The purpose is to promote quality housing and profitable production.
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PolskiZwiazek Firm Deweloperskich (PL)
PolskiZwiązek Firm Deweloperskich (PZFD), the Polish Association of Developer,s is a nationwide institution bringing together almost 40% of all developers of the Polish real estate market.
The PZFD plays an important role in the Polish legislative field , effectively expressing its opinion and influencing the shape of legal provisions. It also takes an active part in shaping the Polish real estate market.
PZFD has over 140 members.
PatronatulSocietatilor din Constructii (RO)
PatronatulSocietatilor din Constructii (PSC), the Ownership of Romanian Constructors, is a nationwide association bringing together companies in the Romanian Construction sector.
As the official partner of the Government and trade unions in the Romanian tripartite social dialogue committees, the PSC represents the interests of its members in this forum as well plays an important role in the Romanian decision-making process of legislation at a national and local level.
Liviu Iulian Simion
Developer and House Builders Association of Zaragoza (ES)
ACPZ is a business organization that represents the interests of developers and home builders based in Zaragoza (Spain) (the fifth city of Spain with 700.000 inhabitants).
ACPZ is member of the Association of Developers and Builders of Spain (APCE) and the National Construction Confederation (CNC) and, through this, of the Spanish Confederation of Business Organisations(CEOE).
ACPZ enjoys a recognized prestige in its work of advising and defending the business interests of the sector and actively participates in the processes of approval of new regulations.
José Luis Roca Castillo
Home Builders Federation (GB)
The Home Builders Federation (HBF) is the voice of the home building industry in England and Wales. Its members deliver around 80% of the new homes built each year.
The HBF represents members’ interests in discussions with key decision makers in government and during formal consultation processes, both nationally and regionally, on the issues that affect its members including technical, planning, economic and environmental matters.