Fit for
the future

Removing obsolescence to exceed the needs of future occupiers.

Employee wellbeing, company culture and ESG are front and centre of our partners’ priorities. Our properties are designed to more than meet those needs. We draw on insight, expertise and the latest innovations in tech and engineering to remove obsolescence – ensuring that the places we create are fit for the future needs of our partners.

Reliable and resilient connectivity is business-critical, so we take tech seriously, ensuring we’re partnering with leading providers, incorporating future-proof infrastructures and making our buildings as smart as possible.


Developed with evolving occupier priorities in mind

  • World-class buildings – providing for the most ambitious brands
  • Flexible, hybrid spaces that can adapt to changing cultures
  • Amenity provision with curated retail and leisure opportunities
  • Adaptable wellness facilities for both relaxation and activation


Focus on promoting physical and mental wellbeing

  • Biophilic interior and exterior design allowing access to greenery for all
  • Maximise fresh air through natural ventilation and minimised recirculation
  • Prioritise provision of end of journey facilities to encourage active commuting
  • Encouraging activity at work – promote opportunities to use stairs and avoid lifts


Highly engineered, self-sufficient spaces

  • Ensure digital resilience and security
  • Optimise digital connectivity infrastructure
  • Use of smart tech and building apps
  • Promotion of touch free technology

How we’re doing this at Regent’s Wharf

A new creative canalside campus offering 111,000 sq ft of warehouse workspace
and contemporary offices – a hidden oasis just moments from King’s Cross station.


A range of new build and heritage workspaces, from chic high-spec new offices with floorplates of 7,250 sq ft to 11,500 sq ft, to characterful restored warehouse buildings with floorplates from 1,000 sq ft to 5,400 sq ft.


We have focused on wellbeing throughout the development and are targeting WELL Platinum enabled. All staircases are treated as front of house with views to and from the landscaped gardens and central courtyard. As well as having a dedicated mothering room with baby changing facilities, a ground floor unit has been designed to accommodate a range of uses from multi-purpose fitness suite to community café or gallery.


Making use of the canal side situation for natural ventilation and daylight not only enables reduced mechanical ventilation and energy consumption, but also maximises the proven positive effects on wellbeing that fresh air and natural light provide.


Active commuting is positively encouraged and incentivised at Regent’s Wharf. The car-free development will have almost 200 cycle spaces, 16 showers and over 100 lockers with towel service, drying rooms as well as e-bike and scooter charging points. Plus, we’ve donated £200,000 to improve the local cycle hire provision.


We’re introducing 17,500 sq ft of gardens, terraces and landscaped outdoor spaces with biodiverse planting, providing tranquil environments for fresh air and downtime as well as places to work. We don’t just have occupiers in mind, we are also improving habitats for wildlife with bat and bird nesting boxes and a £9,000 donation to maintain ‘bio float’ nesting sites on the adjacent Regent’s Canal.


The only scheme within a mile of King’s Cross to have been awarded the WiredScore ‘Platinum’ rating. The campus infrastructure is robust, flexible and future-proof. A business-critical back-up generator for emergency power and flexible telecommunications infrastructure provide reliability and choice plus free WiFi in common areas enables tenants and their guests to remain connected throughout the building.