Low Carbon is delighted to announce that it will be moving into a new headquarters in central London.
The 14,000 sq ft offices, spanning the second floor of the Stirling Square development, will serve as the base from which Low Carbon will work to achieve its ambition of delivering 20GW of renewable energy by 2030.
Greycoat Real Estate and Tristan Capital Partners, who agreed the leasing deal with Low Carbon, are working with top architects Stiff+Trevollion on a roadmap to develop Stirling Square into a net zero carbon building.
Roy Bedlow, Chief Executive and Founder of Low Carbon, said: “As a certified B Corp, Low Carbon strives to meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability. These principles apply to not only how we operate as a business but also to the spaces we inhabit. In leasing our new headquarters from Greycoat Real Estate and Tristan Capital Partners and with the guidance of westlake innes jordan associates, we have partnered with businesses who share both our net zero ambitions and our sustainability values”.
The ten-year lease, secured under the guidance of westlake innes jordan associates, will give Low Carbon the benefits of the existing high-quality fit-out as well as the range of ongoing improvement works which are being undertaken.