High Street, Croydon
Howard House represented six seperate demises spanning some 12,000 square feet in the beating heart of vibrant Croydon. This beautiful heritage building hailing from the golden age of Victorian craftsmanship (as testified to by the ornate brick frontage) concealed extensive and recently refurbished office suite upper floors spanning some 7,500 sq ft which sat above a boutique arcade of small retail units all of which sat on top of an extensive lower ground floor restaurant serving up sensational Caribbean cuisine. It was a highly unusual project which required each demise to have its own EPC (Read whole building vs. single floorplate here) in order to obtain the best results and reflective rents for the landlord. Both the upper floor offices and the lower ground restaurant benefitted from recent HVAC and so both earned 'B' ratings whilst the arcade shops were less fortunate mainly due to the large areas of heritage (read: single pane) glass they each had and received ratings of either 'C' or 'D'.
Do You have a similar building in South London in need of an in-depth commercial 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.
Retail / Office
32-34 High Street, Croydon, UK