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Project Profile

One Twenty King's Road Chelsea

SWH worked on the King's Road development from an early stage, maximising its sustainability elements. We produced the Sustainability Statement and carried out the BREEAM Assessment.

This project transformed the site from what was an outdated, tired shopping centre, to create a beautiful, sustainable commercial space which complements the aesthetic of King's Road.

Scott White and Hookins engaged with the project team from an early stage, which was integral to maximising the sustainability of the development, to produce the Sustainability Statement and carry out the BREEAM Assessment.

The scheme involved the substantial demolition of the King's Walk Shopping Centre and the construction of a new, four-storey building with high quality office and retail space.

The building exudes sustainability, with reclaimed London stock bricks and a stunning vertical garden to the rear.

With solar photovoltaic panels and ASHPs powering this development, the energy performance provides a significant improvement beyond what is required for Building Regulations. The project also considered embodied carbon throughout the design process, to allow the team to weigh up various design options and the subsequent environmental impact.

With the inclusion of the vertical garden, the project a significant ecological enhancement. The development also offers plenty of cycle storage parking, as well as high quality showers and lockers to encourage users to travel sustainably.

Target rating - Excellent

Final rating - Design Stage: Excellent/ Post Construction Stage: Ongoing

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