- Regional diversification to countries including the Baltic states, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania
- Diversification of activities into new development projects.
- Diversification to other subsectors of the real estate market, such as business parks, distribution, warehousing, retail and leisure.
- all construction work will be conducted in accordance with national and EU environmental, health and safety standards and requirements;
- all applicable environmental permits will be received or applied for from the relevant authorities in due course;
- the sponsor will ensure that contractors are provided with all necessary information to enable to manage the risks posed to health during construction;
- the development will comply with all local fire, safety and emergency procedures. Sprinklers will be installed throughout according to authorities' requirements. The latest developments in installation/safety techniques will be applied to the complex.
- energy conservation measures will form a part of the project along with the provision of clean air filtration systems.
- no environmentally damaging materials or substances, (asbestos, formaldehyde, oil-cooled transformers etc.), will be used in the construction.
- impact of the development on the local economy, (e.g. impacts on local small business), will be taken into account.
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