Companies we like to work with.

See below a summary of some of the partners of License to Construct.


Warfid assists us with all our Financial Due Diligence. Their services also include advice on tax and legal matters, the (re)structuring of corporate groups, assistance with acquisitions, financing requests or family asset planning.


DLPA assists us with all our legal Due Diligence and legal issues. The law firm was founded in 1975 and over the years has grown into one of the largest law firms in West Flanders.

DLPA Advocaten has years of experience in corporate law and stands for a professional, client-oriented and pragmatic approach. Through a thorough study we analyse our position and options. Through close cooperation, they help us to efficiently realise our objectives.


Stadim is a progressive and independent real estate consultancy active in the Benelux region. They analyse, value and advise on all types of real estate. Stadim works independently and is recognised by all Belgian banks. Stadim is a member of a European alliance of leading independent valuation firms (European Valuers' Alliance). Their valuations are carried out in accordance with the guidelines of the 2021 RICS Valuation -Global Standards and the guidelines of the 2021 International Valuation Standards (IVS). They are recognised by Vlabel and they comply with the International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS). They are accredited surveyors with LAN number 141608.

Ruitenbeek Real Estate

Ruitenbeek Real Estate is an investment advisor, active in the Dutch real estate market. For various clients Ruitenbeek Real Estate acquires investment products within the residential and/or commercial real estate market.

Ruitenbeek Real Estate is the permanent advisor for License to Construct for all Dutch real estate purchases.

Capiva Plus Fund SCSp SICAV RAIF

Capiva Plus Fund is an open-ended fund established in 2018 in Luxembourg. The Fund aims to achieve long-term capital growth. It invests primarily in real estate in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. It invests secondarily in Private Equity in the same region. Both directly and indirectly, in all types of bonds and/or shares, but also in other debt securities issued by such companies.

Capiva Plus Fund is a major shareholder of License to Construct.