top of page

Victorian mini-office block

28 Marshalsea Road, London, UK


28 Marshalsea Road, SE1

Property Description

28 Marshalsea road is an absolute gem of a building, not dissimilar to the College of business in that its a purpose built Victorian office in a triangular layout although in this instance it is entirely detached and 'pint-sized'. Despite its well preserved heritage exterior it underwent fairly substantial interior refurbishment in recent times although a little to early for measures we would recommend today in order to achieve an outstanding energy performance certificate. Indeed a relic from the early days of energy efficiency was found in the basement - a wood pellet fired boiler system, thankfully disconnected - it stands as a reminder of how far we've come on the sustainability journey. There was a time not too long ago when biomass boilers in built up areas such as central London seemed a feasible way to heat buildings. Thankfully today the building has modern HVAC throughout and its slightly disappointing score of 'D' was down to the building structure itself - though a robust score for a building of its vintage.

Do You have a similar restaurant in South London in need of an in-depth non-domestic EPC? Maybe you're considering selling or letting the space. Perhaps you'd just like some energy efficiency advice with a view to refurbishing the space and reap the rewards of lower bills in the coming year, do please get in touch today.

Property Details

Property Type



2,500 sqft

Property Location

28 Marshalsea Road, London, UK

bottom of page