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The impact of sustainability on value


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Case study 80 Charlotte Street, London


is one of three offices under construction which Derwent has committed to being net zero carbon. This is part of the company’s commitment to bring forward its target for running a net zero carbon portfolio from 2050 to 2030.


Developer: Derwent London Size: 321,000 sq ft Completion: 2020 BREEAM rating: targeting 2014 Excellent Targeting: LEED 2009 Gold Tenants: 100% pre-let to Arup and BCG


Derwent undertook a study to understand the embodied carbon footprint before commencing on the project, which was tracked throughout, while the building has a Building Sustainability


Plan which is the responsibility of the building managers during the operation of the building.


Key attributes


• 30% of original structure retained to reduce waste and carbon emissions


• Solar thermal panels installed to heat domestic water


• Swapped gas for electricity - will get less carbon intensive as UK energy becomes greener


• Heated using heat pumps


• Use of responsible sourced materials and regional materials


Energy carbon footprint 90%


Outstanding/Excellent Very Good


Source: JLL 7% 20% Includes new build and major refurbishments.


lower than comparable office building


Average void rate in new Grade A offices completed 2013-2017 24 months after completion


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