Based on the bank's disclosure page, the project will finance AENA's capex plan under the DORA II airport regulatory document in the 2022-2026 period. Related works concern AENA's headquarters in Madrid as well as the whole airport network across Spain.
A number of components included in this project would normally be classified under Annex II of the Directive 2011/92/EU amended by the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Directive 2014/52/EU, meaning that the Competent Authority makes the decision as to whether a formal EIA is required or not. Alignment to this and to other national and EU environmental legislation, including the EU Directive on Energy Performance of Buildings, and the status of any pre-existing development consents will be reviewed and assessed during appraisal.
The investments concern safety & security (including compliance with the latest regulatory updates by the European Aviation Safety Agency in terms of airfield layout), operational resilience (including rehabilitation of airside pavements, rehabilitation of existing buildings, upgrade of airfield ground lighting, renovation of utilities networks), IT and innovation.
The Bank will require the promoter to ensure that contracts for the implementation of the project have been tendered in accordance with the applicable EU procurement legislation: 2014/25/EU as well as Directive 92/13/EEC as interpreted by the Court of Justice of the EU, with the publication of tender notices in the EU Official Journal, as and where required.
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