The project consists of an engagement with CTP Serbia to i) fund the development of three industrial parks located in Belgrade, Novi Sad and Kragujevac with a total of 62,000 sqm gross leasable area (GLA) and ii) refinance a legacy loan on a 10,000 sqm GLA, together forming the 72,000 GLA portfolio. The total debt deployed is EUR 29.9m, split between the EBRD (EUR 13.5m) and a parallel lender (EUR 16.4m).
The project will support the development of A-class sustainable industrial real-estate and facilitate FDI inflow into the Serbian real estate sector.
ETI score: 61
1) Green: CTP Serbia will develop highly sustainable industrial parks in a relatively under-supplied segment of the market, while complying with high standards of sustainability. The four logistics parks under development are expected to be BREEAM "Very Good" certified.
2) Integrated: The investment will facilitate cross border integration and FDI inflow into the Serbian real estate sector.
CTP Serbia, which unites four limited liability SPVs organised in Serbia and 100% owned by CTP Property B.V., a leading Central and Eastern Europe-focused investor, operator and developer of industrial parks. The CTP Group owns and manages a portfolio of c. 5.5 million sqm GLA across CEE.
EBRD Finance Summary
Total Project Cost
The Bank's additionality stems from providing funding under a tailor-made structure, availibility of which is limited in the current market environment.
Environmental and Social Summary
Categorised B under the 2014 ESP. Environmental and social due diligence (ESDD) undertaken by ESD, examined the client's environmental and social (E&S) risk management capacity to implement the Project in line with Performance Requirements (PRs) and their E&S performance in relation to preceding projects with the Bank. The ESDD showed that the client is in compliance with national EHHS legislation and has adequate E&S risk management capacity to implement the Project in line with PRs. An ESAP has been developed and agreed with the Client to that extent.
The Client has accredited ISO-14001 and ISO-50001 management systems at group level. There has been no breach of environmental, labour and health and safety laws and standards for the past two years. The Project will be constructed in industrial zones in Belgrade, Novi Sad and Kragujevac and no PR 5, PR 6 or PR 8 related impacts are expected. The Client has obtained necessary permits for construction. The contractors will be obliged to comply with Serbian E&S law stipulated by the contracts. No OHS related fatalities were recorded in the last five years.
The ESAP includes measures to develop grievance mechanisms for construction workers, tenants and the public, as well as OHS mitigation measures to be implemented during the construction and operational stage. The Bank will monitor the project's E&S performance by reviewing the annual E&S report and through site visits as necessary.
Technical Cooperation and Grant Financing
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Bulevar Milutina Milankovića 9, 11070, Beograd, Serbia
PSD last updated
28 May 2020
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