28 Marshalsea Road, SE1
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.
28 Marshalsea Road, London, UK