Regent's Place

Regent's Place
London - Great Britain

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Period: 2008
Application: Offices
Plant type: Hydronic System
Cooling capacity: 4224
Installed machines: 4x TECS-F/XL 0502, 4x TECS-F/XL 0803
Architect: Farrels
Designer: Watkins Payne
Developer: British Land
Regent's Place is a 13 acre fully managed commercial mixed use estate in London's West End. It's the result of a complete transformation that took place in the last 7 years and that turned the estate from a disconnected commercial enclave into a high quality place to live and work. A key part of this project is played by British Land, that will complete the project in 2013 delivering the North East Quarter, (NEQ), a further 47.000 m² of new space for offices and residences.

Regent's Place is an example of British Land's approach to develop buildings efficiently, reducing costs and carbon emissions, managing environmental risks and conserving natural resources through energy efficiency and water efficiency and initiatives to reduce and recycle waste.

For the air conditioning system Climaveneta TECS chillers were specified by the consultants of Watkins Payne Partnership. These units are characterized by oil-free centrifugal compressors that allow very high full and partial load efficiency levels. The choice of the Extra Low Noise version gives the best compromise between silence and efficiency on the market.

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