Social company that develops through collaborative law, conscious agreements .
It seeks innovative solutions to social needs derived from the empty houses.
Promotes new models of collaboration agreements as an opportunity.
Systemic collaborative model
TM EU/UK Registered
Empty houses are approached as an opportunity through an innovative business model of collaboration between a social enterprise, a foundation and an NGO for the inclusion of the different.
The added value of these new processes lies in the innovative way of approaching them that we have used since the first experience we developed in Vitoria Gasteiz. This is being recognised by international housing experts at European level.
The aim is to scale and internationalise the project by collaborating with entities that are aligned in values and vision.
EMPTY HOMES* AS OPPORTUNITY: CIRCULAR ECONOMY
There are millions of residential dwellings standing empty in Europe and worldwide, and many people at risk of residential exclusion. Experts estimate that in the next decade 90% of the development will be focused on the renovation and adaptive reuse of existing buildings**.
* Not only totally empty homes, also co-living or co-housing.
Collaboration and innovation: Housing Circular Economy
1. A unique conscious collaborative approach, joining the social and financial aspects of housing as a positive financial asset. A new good practice of circular social housing provision through private-public collaboration using Conscious Collaborative Agreements.
From active listening to the needs of the parties, using social innovations to develop trust. A faster and great efficient example of circular economy to increase the housing supply and drastically reduce construction waste.
Trust: Based on neuroscience, technology and guarantees
2. With an innovative online process based on neuroscience, with the game The Value of Values, focused on building trusting relationships between the parties, through continuous support (before, during and after) as a result of active listening to their needs and providing economic guarantees.
Decentralised international collaborative law networking
3. A flexible business model adapted by the client to their culture, context and needs, applying the Lean methodology to constantly improve and adapt to changes.
IMPACT: People, Planet, Profit to create immediate impact maximised in the medium, long term.
ENVIRONMENTAL: Sustainability and maintenance of patrimony, crucial for climate change through circular economy, reusing empty homes, bicycles, furniture, etc.
ECONOMIC: Cost-effective access to decent housing. Increased supply and prices decrease for tenants and administration. Increased income for owners and administration.
SOCIAL: Residential inclusion and health, promoting experiences of co-living and avoiding ghettos, as the empty dwellings are scattered.
In the future, other vacant spaces: commercial premises, offices, industrial buildings, etc.
Ecosystem: Social capital
MJA S.L. is a start-up that has reinvented itself, integrating a knowledge of the real estate sector (+30 years) with those of collaborative law (+8 years) and social inclusion (+3 years), generating a broad social capital based on mutual trust that has allowed us to collaborate to create a positive impact.
Anitua Lorente family and successors of Aguirre
1977-1981 Formación En Derecho
University of Deusto
1981-1984 Fernando Buesa´s Law Firm
Human Facet of Law
1982 Home Experience with Real Estate Law. Family Estate on death of father.
1983 Master's Degree in Corporate Legal Consultancy.
1989 Board Member of Vesa Participating in sales negotiations
First Female Board Member
Main Theatre of Vitoria-Gasteiz
1991 Consorcio Amárica Professional Society
Participation in Anitua jewellery.
Collaborative vocation germ of MJA S.L.
2012 HIRI Space
Innovation in empty spaces with collaborative law.
In collaboration with AYL, SLK Group and Prisma global.
Constitution of the Basque Lawyers' Council 25 Years
2013 Collaborative Law Association of the Basque Country
Co-Founder and President
From local To Global
The project begins its journey in the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz, promoted by a member of the Anitua family, (4th generation in the city). The Anitua Jewelry, a local business for more than 137 years, for which María José Anitua Trevijano worked in her day.