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May 06, 2020

EDGE reveals plans for most sustainability office tower in London

Written by Richard Applin
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EDGE has revealed designs for its new project, EDGE London Bridge. Located on St Thomas Street this new development will turn the circa 255,000 sq ft nia (23,500 sq m) tower featuring 26 floors of commercial office space into London’s most sustainable office tower.

The 255,000 sq ft development will include zoned office space constructed using timber with interconnected floorplates to encourage collaboration across floors and teams. The scheme also includes a new coffee bar on the ground floor, gym and bike parking, as well as the introduction of a new public park in the space next to the building. 

Gardiner & Theobald - Edgelondon Bridge N2 Medium
"We aim to make EDGE London Bridge the most sustainable office tower in London, offering high quality office space with the highest wellbeing standards. We aim to make a significant and sustainable impact on further development in London, without losing sight of the history and heritage that is part of London’s appeal.”

Boudewijn Ruitenburg


G&T is providing Project Management, Cost Management, Employer's Agent and CDM Consultancy services on this scheme alongside architect's Pilbrow and Partners and development partner, Simten Developments.

"We are proud to help deliver this development working alongside the project team to create a building with wellbeing at its core. Using natural materials, interconnected floorplates and the introduction of a new public park for the local community this scheme promotes positive health and wellbeing for all."

Richard Applin

G&T Partner

The project is designed to achieve BREEAM Outstanding and is registered to pursue WELL Certification, working with area stakeholders to align on the long-term view and ambition for a more sustainable Southwark.

Read the full press release.

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