As a socially responsible business, we are passionate about our role in minimising the environmental impact of our work, reducing waste and investing in new ‘green’ technologies.
“The refurbishment of older buildings is an important part of our journey to be net-zero carbon by 2030. This scheme is a great example of how these existing buildings, where appropriate, can be transformed into more modern, efficient, greener spaces that enable low-carbon growth now and into the future.” – Managing Director at SEGRO
Latest News: Pro-Sustainability
Pexhurst partners with The Arch Company on refurbishing derelict railway arches
Pexhurst is delighted to announce it will be collaborating with urban redeveloper The Arch Company on the repurposing of derelict railway arches in South London. The project will see the unused arches turned into stylish and modern spaces suitable for… Read more »Read more
Understanding Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) and the impact on Landlords
The government’s commitment to achieving a ‘net-zero’ economy has put a strong focus on improving the energy performance of buildings across the UK. One crucial tool in assessing energy efficiency is the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), which rates buildings from… Read more »Read more
RICS Property Journal: What a retrofit-first approach offers the UK
Author: Robert Brazier, Senior Commercial/Contracts Manager “In trying to meet crucial net-zero-carbon targets, improve the market value of assets and increase rental returns on properties, building owners and developers should consider a retrofit-first approach. Retrofitting involves making necessary improvements and… Read more »Read more
With the built environment and construction sector accounting for 40% of global carbon emissions, if we are to achieve the Paris Agreement’s target to limit global warming to below 1.5°C then the need to drive change in our industry is imperative and we have a critical role to play. Sustainability is at the top of our agenda, and through achieving certified membership with Planet Mark, Pexhurst are committed to recognising continuous ways of improvement, by tracking our carbon and social data. This is supported by our qualified Site Sustainability Managers whose main responsibility is to support the achievement of sustainable design aspirations during all stages of a project, including achieving target BREEAM ratings. Join us in following our journey towards becoming a Net Zero Carbon company.
Unit 2, Auriol Drive – SEGRO
Pexhurst has refurbished West London’s Auriol Drive, Unit 2 industrial and logistics warehouse. SEGRO’s most sustainable refurbishment of a warehouse undertaken.
Unit 2, Auriol Drive is a 32,709 sq. ft. industrial unit located at Greenford Park, West London with well-known occupiers including DHL, DFS, and Sainsbury’s. With special consideration towards sustainability, the site is targeting a BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ status. In the UK, only less than 1% of all registered non-domestic buildings are able to achieve this level.
160 Edinburgh Avenue – SEGRO
Fit-out specialist Pexhurst has completed the refurbishment of a spacious industrial unit for SEGRO, the leading UK Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).
The project involves the fit-out of an existing warehouse located at 160 Edinburgh Avenue, Slough. The warehouse is conveniently situated on the popular Slough Trading Estate in close proximity to a number of local amenities and transport links. Built in 1988, the single-storey unit stands at an expansive 20,120 ft and was in need of modernisation.