by Property Forum | Industrial

Panattoni has been awarded four BREEAM certificates with ratings of 'Very Good' for its latest buildings. Each has passed a multi-criteria assessment of their impact on the environment. The buildings come from four separate projects: Panattoni Park Gorzów Wielkopolski, Panattoni Central European Logistics Hub, Panattoni BTS Amazon Łódź and Panattoni Warsaw Janki South. In this year alone, Panattoni has already been awarded certificates with ratings of 'Very Good' for over 520,400 sqm of space.


In following the sustainable development policy it has adopted at the beginning of the year, Panattoni has applied for BREEAM certification ratings of 'Very Good' for all of its new developments. Since January, close to 360,000 sqm has been certified at such a level and now more space has been added. The buildings to have undergone environmental assessment include BTS Amazon Łódź (44,800 sqm), Panattoni Park Gorzów Wielkopolski (hall A – 37,600 sqm), Panattoni Central European Logistics Hub (building 2 – 32,000 sqm) and Panattoni Warsaw Janki South (hall 1 – 46,000 sqm). As a result, the total area of the buildings that Panattoni has had certified over the first three quarters of the year is already more than half a million square metres.

“For years we've been setting the trends on the warehouse and logistics market. Now the time has come to fully take part in the green revolution, which is really an evolution. Following the sustainable development, we have adopted - 'Go Earthwise with Panattoni' – from this year on our buildings fulfil even more rigorous standards in regard to protecting the environment and caring for the climate and the local community. By having all of our buildings certified, we are showing others the path that is worthwhile following. It is worth investing in green buildings not only because they limit their impact on the environment but also because they are people friendly and bring measurable savings to our clients,” explains Emilia Dębowska, Sustainability Manager at Panattoni.