Voluntary sustainability reporting has become increasingly common in the European real estate sector - particularly among larger listed real estate companies. The growing policy debate over the past years has led to mandatory sustainability reporting regulation at both country and EU level. Investor’s interest in non-financial data has also grown rapidly. In response to this, since 2011, EPRA is actively influencing the debate through different initiatives including the development of Sustainability BPR and guidance for European listed real estate companies.
EPRA sBPR Database is live!
Discover the EPRA sBPR Database, the first platform entirely dedicated to publicly disclosed ESG information of European listed real estate companies.
2023 EPRA sBPR assessment has arrived
The 2023 EPRA sBPR assessment are out and there are 116 Award winners, out of which 86 obtained a Gold Medal and 107 improved their score compared to 2022!
sBPR and ESRS (sector agnostic standards)
EPRA is in the process of harmonizing EPRA’s sBPR Metrics and Overarching Recommendations with the first set of ESRS (sector agnostic standards), assisting its Members in meeting CSRD compliant sustainability reporting requirements.