1 Victoria Street is due to undergo a major refurbishment and now has multiple items available for reuse – this includes carpet tiles, kitchens, bathroom units, glass blocks, timber doors, radiators, ceiling tiles, luminaires/lights, and glass partitions.
The building was originally constructed in 1963, however successive refits mean that there are numerous fixtures and fittings dating back to the 1990s, and some more recent than that.
These items available can be viewed on the Excess Materials Exchange where a brief summary is provided.
A soft strip commences in February, so time is of the essence if you wish to register an interest in any of these items. Developers Stanhope, welcomes enquiries and interest from all parties such as developers and design teams who are interested in taking these items for use in other projects (which will dramatically reduce your embodied carbon), together with community and charity groups.
Contact email@example.com to register your interest!
In the LinkedIn post, Flavie Lowres, FIS Sustainability Champion, said: “It would be amazing to see a new home for these products! There are so many items with potential, and this is a great opportunity to find low-carbon products. ‘The time for action is now!'”