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June 28, 2018
11 eco-friendly buildings in the UK
Francesca Brady

Some modern architecture is driven by the need for sustainability as much as by practicality or aesthetics, and the United Kingdom is at the forefront of this trend. Companies like Asset Mapping are introducing smart features into buildings with the objective to optimise environments and generally improve conditions for the teams who work inside them.

As environmentally conscious buildings become bolder and more imaginative, some of the most prominent examples across the UK include:


The National Trust HQ, London

Built from eco-friendly materials and equipped with solar panels on the roof, this unique building is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of green architecture in administration.


Waitrose Stratford City, London

This 3,012 sq m supermarket is located in Westfield shopping centre and runs completely on locally produced power. It creates energy by transforming food waste in an anaerobic digestion plant, even sending some back to the grid. It has also been awarded the highest BREEAM score for a retail development.


Heart of the Campus, Sheffield Hallam University

Certainly one of the most impressive educational buildings in Britain, this building makes maximum use of natural light, relies on thermal energy for heating and produces electricity with solar panels.


Bloomberg HQ, London

As the recipient of the highest ever sustainability score from BREEAM with a 98.5% rating, this 10-story office building stands out for its scale as much as for audacity of innovation, with 4000 multifunctional panels and half a million LED units.

Eden Foundation Building, St. Austell in Cornwall

Smart building methods were used to construct this structure, with minimal amount of cement needed thanks to the timber pillars holding the foundation, while PVC insulation was successfully replaced by – old newspapers!


Ashmont primary school, North London

This innovative school was built to conform to a zero-carbon standard and was awarded the best score in the educational sector by BREEAM for its rational use of energy produced from renewable sources.

Dalby Forest Visitor Centre, North Yorkshire

Fully integrated into the surrounding forest, this amazing establishment produces energy with wind and solar power while collecting rainwater to reduce the pressure on the nearby waterways.


WWF Headquarters (Living  Planet Centre), London

It is fitting that an organisation dedicated to nature protection has an eco-friendly HQ, and the Living Planet Centre lives up to expectations. It was constructed from recycled materials, and features a highly energy efficient setup as well as a system for catching and utilizing rainwater.


Dundon Passivhouse, Somerset

One look at this amazing timber-made private home that brims with high-tech additions; including  a heat recovery ventilation system, will make you yearn for your own countryside refuge!


Met Office HQ

Working to meet strict targets for recycling, waste, travel, water and energy usage, the building utilises a unique Environmental Management System to help manage its impact on the environment. In addition, their innovative supercomputer uses water cooling technology to ensure optimised conditions.    

Brentford Lock West, West London

As a residential complex built on brownfield soil, irrigated by captured atmospheric water and powered by solar energy, this modern 45-home facility is the latest achievement of eco-friendly architecture in urban conditions.

Improving environmental-standards makes sense for everyone. Building owners will benefit from staying informed about the possibilities available to them and choosing solutions that promise the greatest returns. If you are wondering how to make your building more eco-friendly, contact us for a consultation.



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