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A commitment to  sustainability,
from design to operation

Heat recovery VRF air conditioning

VRF air conditioning

On-site PV solar
power generation

30% EV charging provision

EV charging
Infersens sensor

Water system monitoring 

Cambridge-based award winning PropTech company lnferSens will install sensors to measure water usage to control and reduce use.

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Target 'Outstanding' 

EPC A rating

Target EPC
A rating


Target 4.5 stars

NABERS is a simple, reliable sustainability rating for the built environment. The Design for Performance Agreement forms the basis of a rigorous project energy strategy by acting as a shared, tangible target for all parties involved from planning and design through to construction and operation to deliver an energy efficient, high-performance office building.

Smart tech monitoring energy performance

Power sockets indicate when energy is being supplied from renewable sources, encouraging use when energy is green, and enable the likes of computer monitors and printers to be turned off during out of office hours.

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measurable energy dashboard
Raised floor access

Recycle and re-use


Recovered and reused raised access flooring

40% less embodied carbon (vs RIBA 2030 target)

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Awarded highest accreditation for healthier workplace environments.

Through its comprehensive approach, encompassing health-centric policies, eco-friendly practices, and inclusive design, it demonstrates a deep commitment to enhancing the quality of life for its occupants,

Working together to deliver the most sustainable building in MK.

CHBS provide bespoke consultancy in all main areas of sustainability covered by BREEAM including: Energy; Water; Materials; Waste; Polution; Health and Well-being; Transport; Ecology; and Management. Our experience in SAP, SBEM and dynamic thermal simulation along with the expertise of our team members means that we are well placed to provide bespoke consultancy in low energy/carbon design to add value to your project.

Sustainability in the built environment is an ever-growing responsibility for practices across the UK, particularly as the construction industry contributes significantly to the world’s carbon emissions. Our Sustainability Working Group has been introduced to ensure that our staff remain aware of the continual changes surrounding environmentally-conscious design and how we can all make a difference to ensure a more sustainable future.

Since 2003, Element Four has provided leading-edge sustainability advice and support to a diverse range of clients to reduce their impacts and embrace practices that protect the environment and support communities. We are certified IEMA (Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment) Environmental Auditors, Fitwel Ambassador and WELL Accredited Professionals.

We focus on minimising risk and creating opportunities to maximise the value of our clients’ developments and property assets. We deliver Project Leadership, Commercial Success, Construction Excellence and Specialist Consultancy working across all sectors of the built environment.’s solution is designed to eliminate ‘Small Power’ waste, that is energy not required by devices that are plugged in or directly wired, such as printers, AV equipment, chilled/hot water taps, monitors, and heaters, which are often left fully on or in standby mode overnight. According to’s analysis, up to 40% of total electricity usage in most commercial office buildings can be attributed to this type of ‘Small Power’ energy use. 

Using artificial intelligence a team of cleantech innovators have created an ultra-affordable and easy-to-use IoT sensing solution, with the potential to completely transform the efficiency and environmental impact of the global water monitoring and management sector.  Their technology will enable customers to become more sustainable by saving water, reducing carbon emissions as well as saving costs and simplifying compliance with statutory water monitoring obligations.

At Thomas Sinden sustainability is central to the way we do business.  Whilst ‘green construction methods’ are an important factor in our sustainability agenda we recognise that the social and economic impact of what we do is as important as the effect we have on the environment.  We actively seek to support and develop the communities within which we work as part of our commitment to corporate social responsibility.

Sustainability is an important part of our company ethos and touches all facets of the business. From the outset of a project, even at tender design, we consider how we will approach the logistics and methodologies to reduce any potential negative impacts and promote positive impacts.

As experts in sustainability in the workplace, we support you to consume less, buy better and use existing legacy products and materials for longer. This reduces waste and minimises carbon destruction of natural habitats and resources.

We provide due diligence and reporting to support Ska Rating, BREEAM, LEED and WELLBuilding Standard certification.

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