LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) is the most widely used green building rating system in the world.LEED provides a framework for healthy, highly efficient and cost-saving green buildings.
Energy savings of 20% at the property.
LED lighting in offices and car park, HVAC (heat pump).
100% green energy in communal areas.
Bicycle parking and changing rooms.
Priority parking spaces reserved for carpooling and eco-friendly vehicles.
Electric vehicle charging points.
Indoor water savings of 38%.
Outdoor water (irrigation) savings of 100%.
Use of sustainable materials that have been accredited with environmental product declarations and have low pollutant emissions.
More than five different waste types separated and recycled, covering 75% of all waste generated at the property over the course of a year.
Over 160 sqm of garden space with an urban garden comprising over 50 sqm.
Over 85% of offices benefitting from natural light and outward-facing views.
Reduced light pollution released outdoors and into the sky from the building.
Real-time energy and water monitoring system (variable frequency drives in air conditioning units and automated timers and settings).
A dynamic points-based system for properties and communities that helps to identify, measure and monitor the performance of built spaces that have an impact on occupational health and well-being.
Ventilation above standard levels in 60% of the property.
Highly efficient filtration and CO2 probes in communal areas.
Water-tightness test conducted on building envelope.
Healthy vending machines on the terrace level that provide fresh and natural options displaying nutritional information.
Drinking water fountains approved by water quality tests.
Multipurpose space for group activities.
Promotion of a healthy lifestyle.
Partitions and ceilings that guarantee acoustic comfort.
Library in break-out area.
Relaxation area on terrace to improve breaks and boost mental well-being.
Artwork featured in entrance lobby to enhance the identity of the building.
Use of nature-inspired objects and materials.
To guarantee the building is smoke-free.
To encourage people to drink water.
To promote use of stairs.
Messages and videos to stimulate well-being.
Responsive light control system to adapt lighting to meet occupiers’ needs throughout the day.
Light fittings that guarantee glare control and high colour quality.
Temperature and cleaning
Zoned heating to ensure greater control over temperature and humidity.
Advanced cleaning protocols and use of cleaning products free of toxic contaminants.