Environmental Impact: The refurbishment focused on utilising the natural architectural attributes wherever possible and now boasts an impressive 65,100 sqft feet of world-class office accommodation, in an environmentally friendly, energy efficient building achieving BREEAM In Use Excellent rating.
Social Impact: We have intensively worked with the existing tenants to deliver a new brand and create new initiatives to create a strong eco system increasing tenant engagement. Green leases were implemented with restaurant providers to ensure local sourced produce from specific providers. New lettings were determined with strict ESG requirements to ensure the campus ethos.
Energy Efficient: The building was one of the 100 most sustainable office buildings in the world with a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating. The property was built as an example of sustainable potential and designed to be converted for alternative use to ensure minimal obsolescence risk. The property was acquired on behalf of client focused on ESG.
Energy Efficient: Multi let office building with strong sustainable credentials (EPC A rating) acquired off plan with a re-letting strategy. Implemented Hello Energy systems to provide interaction across building on standard and renewable energy uses in place. Achieved stronger than business plan rental levels.
Social Impact: Strong sustainable performance building occupied by city Blood Bank with solar systems and heat gain technologies employed to maximise energy efficiency. The building has won sustainability awards and has been designed for flexible use with a column free design.
Use: Mixed-Use Complex
Energy Efficient: The centre was acquired from the developer who had developed the estate to achieve strong ESG criteria with community theatres and galleries alongside hospitality, retail and residential. The residential units are built into the Southampton Geo Thermal system providing heating and hot water systems to residents. This provides up to 50% savings to occupiers.
Social Impact: With its iconic clocktower, this former Victorian school is a Grade II listed building has been redeveloped to provide a cohesive blend of dining and public function space centralised around the courtyard. The asset is underpinned by various hospitality operators, including Boston Tea Party which champions community and sustainability throughout all aspects of their business. Various initiatives and events, supported by the Landlord, are held in campus to provide a focal point for the local community.
Social impact: Focused strategy on local operators and balanced offering to serve the community. Property is focal point for local community events and landlord and tenant interaction is at the forefront of activity. Current EPC improvement programme implemented by Landlord to achieve level B across all unts.
Energy Efficient & Social impact: The listed building was acquired and sensitively refurbished with key green initiatives in combination with a forward let to an Impact Co-working operator with turnover linked leases to benefit from financial performance above base rental.