This energy efficient, Grade A office developed by asset owner Legal & General Investment Management, has been comprehensively rebuilt to incorporate technology with large, regular floor plates for maximum flexibility.
Purposefully designed to meet the demands on the modern work space and set amongst enviable riverside walks, with break-out facilities including games area and garden BBQ. All within easy walking distance of Staines town centre.
3 Lotus Park has been comprehensively refurbished and provides a total of 68,448 sq ft of Grade A office space. There is a total of 23,322 sq ft remaining split over ground and 1st floors, a suite overlooking the River Thames.
The building incorporates the latest energy efficient design and technology to minimise running costs, together with large, regular shaped floor plates to maximise occupational flexibility.
It benefits from a generous parking ratio of 1:298 sq ft as well as being within easy walking distance of Staines town centre.
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Say goodbye to waiting! Lotus Park have teamed up with Telecom to bring occupiers dedicated ultrafast internet, installed and ready for the day you move in. All buildings are enabled with Telecom Preconnect which means you can get online with one of our ultrafast connections in under 24 Hours.
We have a range of different contracts available with additional speed options as well as a number of business bolt-ons including Phone Systems, Firewall management, LAN management & WIFI management.
Legal & General, alongside Cundall, have installed a number of indoor environmental quality (IEQ) sensors into the office space at Lotus Park 1, to ensure it is performing as expected and not detrimentally affecting occupants health and productivity. With the current pandemic, the importance of having sufficient ventilation to remove pollutants and virus' alike is critical, alongside controlling the thermal environment (i.e. temperature and humidity) for comfort and productivity purposes — these sensors offer a way to continuously monitor both.
Although indoor air/environmental sensors do not specifically measure viruses such as COVID-19, official advice from a variety of health and built environment organisations (including WHO, CIBSE, ASHRAE, REHVA) have highlighted that the principles behind achieving good air quality indoors align with the best way to reduce the risk of viral transmission.
Ensuring ventilation system air flow rates are sufficient to dilute pollutants is highly recommended, these sensors directly measure CO2 and VOCs which can act as a proxy for sufficient fresh air within a space. Therefore, monitoring provides a user-friendly way to ensure the air flow rates are maintained over time and also provide the reassurance to occupants.