IPUT – Net Zero

IPUT are one of Dublin’s largest property developers, and are notable for their considered and ethical approach to architecture and planning. Their buildings form the cornerstone of neighbourhoods that enhance business life, providing inclusive and vibrant communities that are go-to destinations; incorporating leisure and cultural attractions.

They are a generational investor and thus do so responsibly; and are committed to their assets operating at net zero carbon within areas of direct control by 2030. IPUT believes that the path to Net Zero is only achievable through an authentic and holistic approach to sustainability, and are doing so through a variety of approaches; be it redeveloping and retrofitting existing office blocks and developments, or planting over 40 hectares of native woodland in County Cork to support carbon offsetting.

The efforts which IPUT have made in this vital and important initiative are detailed in their 2020 Responsibility report which you can download here (which features illustrations by yours truly).

Net Zero 2030 We need to get on it and we haven’t got much time left…….

Tropical Fruit Warehouse One of IPUT’s recent developmental projects, restoring and building upon a restored 19th-century industrial warehouse, whilst also providing almost 6,000 sq.m of office space.

North Wall Quay A spread from IPUT’s Net Zero report detailing the retrofitting and refurbishments they are doing in order to develop an existing office building as environmentally sympathetic and aware manner as possible, whilst minimising carbon output.

Nexus Logistics Hub IPUT’s new logistics hub situated in North County Dublin