Recent full planning submission for an exciting reinvention and extension of the Bristol Evening Post Building. Includes 170,000 sq ft of innovative office space, along with a further 20,000 sq ft of flexible food & beverage and leisure uses.
Designed by award winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris and aims to deliver a highly sustainable and future proofed development.
The scheme aims to reduce carbon emissions, deliver a highly efficient energy strategy and have a key focus on wellbeing and sensitivity to the environment.
For the Landlord
For the Tenants
Improves on the existing condition with the addition of a light well.
Rainwater harvesting utilising the rainfall from the flat roofs to flush toilets, thus saving water & reducing surface water run-off.
Collective aim to utilise materials to minimise embodied carbon emissions; Low carbon concrete e.g. GGBS concrete (e.g. Cem Free),
Sustainably sourced and recycled/upcycled materials with materials passports, Biologically-neutral raised floor systems
The unique shape of One Temple Way means private external terraces can be offered to almost every storey of office space.
Highly efficient Air Source Heat Pumps are proposed to heat & cool the building with the ability to transfer heat from warm areas to heat colder areas of the building.
The building will have the provision to be connected to the Bristol District Heat Network in the future with space provision allocated for heat exchangers.