CSR Activity

Corporate Social Responsibility

Singhania Buildcon Pvt. Ltd. is doing its best for supporting the underprivileged. Some of the activities that the company is involved with are:

  • We provide safety nets, helmets and other safety equipments at all our construction sites for the welfare and well being of the workers at the site.
  • We are introducing a provision of free food and nutrition to the workers on sites at least once a week while simultaneously educating them on topics ranging from how to improve efficiency at work and also on how to lead a progressive and responsible life.

The reality of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Indian real estate, is that companies get into it, merely to fulfill mandatory provisions and/or tax adjustments, rather than out of any real concern for the society. As a strategy, CSR has not made any significant inroads into Indian realty, as leading brands have thus far, failed to shift their focus to broader and deeper issues surrounding sustainability, accountability and governance.

The 4 pillars of our Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy are-
  • Economic Responsibility- To build innovative product and service offers, along with our clients and partners, in an ethical and responsible manner
  • Environmental Responsibility- To reduce the environmental impact of our real estate activities and to make environmental quality a lever of tangible and intangible performance improvement.
  • Social Responsibility- To value the development and commitment of our Employees.
  • Civic Responsibility- To be a committed real estate sector player and to support local initiatives.

Changing lifestyles, urbanisation, digitalisation and scarcity of resources are revolutionising the way people create and use buildings. For these reasons and more, CSR is central to Singhania Real Estate’s activities.
A number of environmental and social factors are driving changes in the way buildings are constructed and used. With buildings responsible for around 40% of energy consumption and 36% of greenhouse gases in the EU, climate change is a significant issue for the building sector.

Furthermore, there is a drive to transform the use of buildings, maximising efficiency and making them more integral to community life. Mixed use projects mean buildings can fulfil multiple roles over. Their lifespan; office space in these developments is no longer isolated from residential and other uses, and large buildings are no longer left empty during the evenings and weekends.

Another factor driving change is the growing focus on the health and wellbeing of building occupants. This is increasingly recognised as crucial to companies’ productivity and bottom lines and well as from a sustainability and happiness point of view.

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