Union européenne des promoteurs-constructeurs (UEPC)
European Union of Developers and House Builders
Europäische Union der Freien Wohnungsunternehmen
1958-11-17 Paris France
Founded 17 Nov 1958, Paris (France), as European Union of Independent Home-Builders – Union européenne des constructeurs de logements /Secteur privé/ (UECL) – Europäische Union der Freien und Privaten Wohnungsunternehmen. Current name adopted in 1991. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. EU Transparence Register: 80003592094-64.
Bring together and exchange experience among members in the scientific, social, technical, financial and legal fields of house building and developing; study the European market and the factors which influence it; encourage constant improvement in construction techniques; suggest and apply relevant legislative and administrative measures.
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