The first brand new office scheme in Woking for 5 years, Space offers large, open flexible floorplates totalling 85,716 sq ft. Designed to a market leading specification, the building has a targeted EPC ‘A’ rating and boasts impressive sustainability credentials. The top floor features large outdoor terraces with a raised central ‘Sky Garden’, from which occupants will enjoy views to acres of green woodland at Horsell Common.
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Space will comprise an 85,716 sq ft Grade A office building arranged over basement, ground and seven upper floors, with the following base specification.
Floors and Ceilings
- 4.9m clear floor to ceiling in reception
- 2.9m clear floor to ceiling on the upper floors
- Up to 4.5m floor to ceiling height on the seventh floor, with large roof terrace
- Raised access floors are 150mm overall (115mm minimum clear void)
- Suspended ceilings with LED lighting
- VRV heat recovery cooling and heating on all floors and reception
- Four DDA-compliant 13 person passenger lifts
- Occupancy density of 1 to 8 sq m throughout whole building
WCs & Showers
- Male, female and disabled WCs on each floor
- Changing rooms, showers, male and female toilets, lockers and drying space in the basement
Parking spaces and access
- 90 car parking spaces, of which 54 at basement level, 36 at ground level, a ratio of 1:952 sq ft
- 98 cycle spaces
- 10 electric vehicle charging positions in the basement
- BREEAM ‘Excellent’ Rating
- ‘A’ rated EPC
- 25% reduction in CO2 emissions below Building Regulations Part L requirements
Sustainability and cost effective occupation are at the forefront of the building’s design. Each element has been carefully considered to achieve a targeted EPC rating of ‘A’ and an ‘Excellent’ BREEAM rating. This has been achieved through a broad array of energy-efficient initiatives including on-site renewable energy, solar shading and PIR daylight sensing lighting controls, all of which are supported by an intelligent Building Management System. There are also 10 electric car charging points.
With its strong eco-credentials, Space can demonstrate significant occupational cost savings when compared to a more typical office building in the UK. Compared with a typical 2002 benchmark building, Space should be approximately £3 per sq ft cheaper to run as per the Comparative Energy Costs for Space. The chart below demonstrates the reduced demand of fuel consumption of Space.