HPH Continues to Invest in the Future
Commercial property and energy efficiency experts HPH have completed a challenging renovation on one of their properties on Gay Street, Bath.
The Company, which owns properties including three Grade 1 and eight Grade 2 listed buildings in the city centre, has installed a range of energy saving measures throughout the building, using the latest technology to reduce its overall power consumption.
These measures will allow the Georgian property to conform to the highest standards of sustainability and energy efficiency possible for a Grade I listed building, and at a time when energy prices are on the rise with no signs of stopping over the coming years.
Managing Director Lindsay Holdoway said, “As a forward thinking company we are always keen to make improvements to our properties, which can be particularly challenging when working on listed buildings in central Bath. Our approach has been developed and refined over time from our experience in both property management and development.”
“The energy saving measures we have incorporated into 24 Gay Street will help our tenants to make significant savings at a time when energy prices are still on the up, and we will continue to monitor and assess the building’s performance to ensure that these measures are working in the most efficient way.”
A 10 year lease for the 2,000 sq ft office building, which contains eleven rooms spread over 5 floors, has now been signed with Heronbridge. The investment management company approached HPH before the work commenced, having been impressed with another of their properties on the same street.
Lindsay Holdoway added, “We have been working in this field for nearly 20 years so we are well versed in using the latest technology to create energy-efficient buildings. This is something which is paying dividends not only for us as a business, but for our tenants who benefit from reduced overheads.”