Unique New London Office Building is so Green it will Generate Electricity

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Swedish Developer Redab Group is building a highly efficient new state of the art, Grade 'A' office development that will actually contribute electricity to the UK's National Grid. It will incorporate the world's most advanced energy saving techniques and is well into construction.

" this building will become a beacon for energy efficient office buildings throughout the world

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Swedish developers Redab Group Ltd (http://www.redabproperties.com) are delighted that their Regents Canal side office development just to the north of the City of London, UK, is now under construction.

The unique, 6 storey, Grade ‘A’, 2,332 sq m (25,226 sq ft) office development plus parking, utilises some of the world’s most advanced energy saving building techniques – so advanced that the development will actually contribute excess energy to the National Grid.

Redab Group's Managing Director CG Pettersson said; “We are delighted with this buildings concept. This building will become a beacon for energy efficient office buildings here and throughout the world - we are really excited by this project - it really is unique”

6 Orsman Road is set alongside the Regents Canal close to the new East London Rail Line, which is due to open in Summer 2010. Two stations Hoxton & Haggerston are within a few minutes walking distance.

The state of the art office building, designed by Architects Buckley Gray Yeoman, is set within a buoyant business community renowned for housing creative and artistic professionals and surrounded by a wide variety of restaurants, bars, nightclubs and shopping.

Editors Notes:
Major features of the proposed development include:

  • Full access raised floors with a minimum 300mm void
  • Under-floor air conditioning by Protek design with cooling to 125 watt/m2
  • Tremendous natural light to three sides
  • Balconies and views over the canal
  • Own mooring on the Regents Canal
  • A development with the environment in mind hence Electricity Generation
  • Utilisation of wood in the construction of the property


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