LEEF provided a loan facility to The Salters’ Company, one of the 12 ‘Great Livery Companies’ of the City of London, to support the installation of Energy Conservation Measures during refurbishment of two sites.

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THE BACKGROUND

The Salters’ Company aims to reduce its energy usage by approximately 40% and achieve a minimum ‘BREEAM Very Good’ rating. As part of the redevelopment project, Salters’ Hall will be connected to the City of London’s Citigen heating and cooling network.

The LEEF facility, by enabling the Company to make its buildings more efficient and economical to run for itself and its future tenants, will assist in maintaining its key charitable activities and at the same time allow it to continue supporting the Lord Mayor and the London Corporation.

  • Reduced energy consumption by 40%, across two sites: Salters Livery Hall on the Barbican Campus and an office block on King William Street
  • Improves the rental attractiveness of the property
  • Forecast CO2 savings: 592 tonnes p.a.
  • ECMs include upgrades to: Lighting; Building fabric; Space/Water heating

 

Facts

Forecast Energy Savings pa

40%

Date of first licence of the Salters’ Company

1394