June 28, 2017
Cubex Land and Palmer Capital have announced plans for one of the UKs first Drone Landing Pads for the use of occupiers of their 95,000 sq. ft. BREEAM Outstanding office building in prime Bristol.
This comes at a time of great prominence with success
The building is under construction and is the only speculative office building in Bristol. It has been designed to be at the forefront of building technology which includes greater energy efficiency, carbon consumption, lower operational cost (all providing a >50% improvement on notional 2006 regulations), with improved flexibility and connectivity for occupiers.
The initiative is a further progression of the companies’ drive to create technology enabled buildings, being at the forefront of the adapting nature that buildings need to be for the modern day occupier.
Steven Wright, Director at Palmer Capital says:
“Occupiers are increasingly seeing the importance of high quality and flexible spaces in order to recruit and retain the best employees and so buildings need to be at the forefront of this – providing an environment for staff to thrive and live rather than just being a place to work. This does not just end on the letting of the building, but the on-going monitoring of use to ensure that maximise efficiency is achieved in not just energy but also the density of use.”
Gavin Bridge of Cubex Land commented further:
“Aurora will further add to Cubex’s track record in developing buildings that are “ahead of the curve” of what the market requires, by delivering the only building outside of London to a BREEAM Outstanding level in what will be the best building in Bristol once finished. We are continuing to work to explore further technology to ensure that the building will keep performing for occupiers in the years following their investment”