We worked with U+I to deliver the low carbon energy solution for the St Mark's Square development in Bromley, providing a district heating and cooling network that can cater the entire mixed-use complex.
The St Mark’s Square project in Bromley aspires to be an attractive environment that will bring long term socioeconomic benefit for the community. The 100,000 sq ft site will transform part of Bromley town centre and is the starting point of further regeneration to the area. There will be 200 private and affordable apartments, a 9 screen cinema, 9 restaurant/retail units, a 130 bed hotel, a secure 386 space underground car park, and 53,000 sq ft of public space.
The developer wanted a low carbon energy solution to meet legislative obligations, therefore we were employed to supply, build and commission an onsite CHP energy centre, separate chilled water plant room, and district heating and cooling network for the complex.
Our energy solution will supply heating and hot water for the residential apartments, and heating and cooling for the restaurant/retail units, cinema and hotel. It is a unique site due to the spatial limitations therefore the solution entails an energy centre and a separate two level chilled water plant room.