2021 – Activity and sustainable development report

Working for economic and social vitality in regions

"By offering complex mixed‑use projects that incorporate industrial facilities into the life of the city, we are meeting concrete needs that improve quality of life for city residents."

RATP Habitat is a landlord on a human scale, with expertise in complex projects that meet the needs of local authorities and future users. Among our current projects is Netter‑Debergue, in the 12th arrondissement of Paris. On land previously used by the Union Sportive Métro, we are creating 90 housing units, half social and half mid-priced housing, along with a nursery for the City of Paris and a new public road to open up the Debergue - Rendez‑Vous garden.

The transformation of the Jourdan workshops is another example: we have upgraded the Porte d’Orléans RATP bus depot and on top of it created social and private housing, a student residence, a shop, a nursery, a childcare centre, green roofs and shared gardens… in short, we are helping change the face and the life of the neighbourhood!

At RATP Habitat, we are lucky enough to be able to follow these operations from start to finish, from the first ideas about a plot of land to delivery of the programme, with all the parties involved: city technical services, architects, companies, local residents, future tenants, etc. Each project is unique and must be integrated as much as possible into its environment, to interact with it.

There is a genuine search for quality, sustainability and comfort in our buildings, including the interior fittings, which are not standardised but vary from one housing unit to another. In addition, our projects are always subject to a call for architectural tenders and sustainable development certification. We are committed to producing quality housing, because we know that, in the end, someone will open the door of their flat and will be at home.