Commitment to building better for future generations and the health and well-being of those working in 7-9 Piccadilly and beyond.
BREEAM Very Good
Pursuing a certified BREEAM accreditation to deliver a truly sustainable project.
Reducing whole life embodied carbon through re-use of existing structural frame, future flexibility and adaptability to maximise the development’s useful life and consideration of responsible end-of-life deconstruction.
Material efficient design with aspirations to seek out lower carbon specifications and monitoring of construction site impacts and compliance with the Considerate Constructors scheme.
A holistic approach to operational carbon, with energy efficient mechanical systems, lighting controls and a fabric-first approach, developing a thermally efficient envelope design.
Currently in development, the SUDs strategy aims to utilise a blue roof to mitigate and delay surface water runoff.
Water Conservation Systems
Water efficient building through provision of low-flow fixtures, water meter and motion sensors.
State of the Art Efficient Building Systems
Allow users to reduce consumption whilst increasing comfort.
Connected Smart BMS Systems
Optimising the building at all times via sensor system (15- 25% savings in energy can be achieved via sensors and natural ventilation systems).
Increasing the user’s connectivity to natural environment through integrated planting within the building, and internal finishes inspired by nature.
Providing Holistically Healthy Environments
Considering air and water quality as well as maximising natural light for the mental wellbeing of occupants. Providing restorative outdoor terraces to support mental and physical health.
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