Data protection

Public data procedures of the
Deutschen Bau- und Grundstücks AG

According to § 4g of the German Data Protection Act, the responsible party is obliged to make public in an appropriate manner, upon request, such materials as are defined by § 4e of the German Data Protection Act. We fully support this commitment and will respond to any individual request on your part.

Name of responsible party:
Deutsche Bau- und Grundstücks AG
Berlin-Charlottenburg District Court
Registration number HRB 240

Board of Directors:
Christian Brückner (CEO)

Chairman of the Supervisory Board:
Lars Ernst

Head of Data Processing:
Ralf Thren

Postal address of responsible party:
Lievelingsweg 125
53119 Bonn

Purpose of data collection, processing or use:
Development, acquisition, sale, management and administration of developed and undeveloped real estate in all the laws and forms of use, preparation, planning and execution of construction projects and all actions associated with the business object sideline.

People affected:
Personal data is collected, processed and used for the following main groups of people, to the extent necessary for the performance of the business:

  • Clients, tenants, prospective buyers and guarantors
  • Employees, applicants
  • Injured parties and claimants
  • Suppliers, service providers
  • Contact persons for the aforementioned Group


Recipients of the data or categories of recipient:
Public bodies that receive data as a result of legal regulations, e.g. social insurance funds, financial authorities.

Internal agencies involved in the execution of business processes, e.g. personnel management, technical and commercial property management, legal, marketing.

External contractors in accordance with the provisions of § 11 of the German Data Protection Act. Other external bodies, such as credit institutions, suppliers, tradesmen, brokers associated with the Group’s business activities, and professional associations.

Standard periods for the deletion of data:
The legislature has enacted various retention obligations and periods. After these periods, the respective data is routinely deleted if it is no longer required to fulfil the contract. If data is not affected by these regulations, it will be deleted as soon as it is no longer required to fulfil the business purpose.

Transmission to third parties and other countries:
A transfer to third parties/countries does not take place and is not planned.

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