Government Property Agency

Case Study

Government Property Agency

The Government Property Agency (GPA) appointed us as their strategic partner for national property and property-related financial services in 2022.

This contract is aligned to The GPA’s current and future needs and has a key focus on social value, including tackling economic inequality, fighting climate change and improving health and wellbeing. 

Service requirements include improved taxpayer value through enhanced asset condition and sustainability performance; outstanding client satisfaction; high quality data and reporting and improvements in corporate real estate management.

 

What is our approach?

By providing national property and property-related financial services, we are helping The GPA to​ deliver a shared, sustainable and value-for-money government estate which supports civil servants to work productively across the UK.​

We mirror and align to The GPA strategy, working collaboratively as a partner and support the onboarding of new assets into the portfolio and the releasing of assets.

 

Steve Harber, Senior Director, Head of Property Management, for BNP Paribas Real Estate, said: “The GPA has an incredibly compelling vision for the management of its estate with data and accurate financial reporting, along with delivering social value for the communities it impacts, at the core of its operation.

BNP Paribas Real Estate fully shares its vision in tackling economic inequality, fighting climate change and improving health and wellbeing. Our dynamic approach will be supported by a set of critical success factors to ensure service delivery improvements, technical solutions, and sustainability innovations are achieved across the contract lifecycle. We are incredibly excited to support The GPA in realising the estate’s full potential in the years to come, and help it to deliver on its strategic objectives, which include building economic growth across the UK, working with its clients to reduce their carbon footprint, and reshaping the relationship civil servants have with their place of work."

Government Property Agency