Renault owns the Flins manufacturing and assembly plant (78), which develops 220 hectars of land and is one of the Group’s historic plants. Compacting its industrial activities on around a third of the site, the car manufacturer instructed Upside to support its teams in developing the freed-up area
With the help of many Renault in-house experts (Manufacturing, Real Estate, Finance, Legal, CSR, Public Affairs, entities occupying the Flins site), Upside has drawn up a master plan in order to best value, in the form of lots, the m² of building land released. Similarly, Upside designed and piloted a consultation process involving real estate developers/investors, in order to redevelop the site leveraging different uses (industrial, logistics, activity, office/training).
After nearly two years of intense work, a future is taking shape for the 160 hectars that Renault will no longer occupy, aimed at meeting current demand for ‘turnkey’ industrial land in France.