Occupier Fit-Out Guides

Our guides outline how occupiers should approach their fitouts to minimise embodied carbon and waste and reduce future energy demand while still providing the branding and look that they want.

Ultimately no new letting and fit out of one of our properties should negatively impact the energy performance of the property.

The documents provide advice on fixtures and fittings, heating systems and materials that can be used to create a more sustainable fit-out or refurbishment for both offices and retail units.

Grosvenor fit-out guide - Part 1

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Grosvenor fit-out guide - Part 2

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Case studies

A circular fitoutSustainable fit-out for Apricity, Mayfair.
An exemplar restaurant fit-out which incorporated principles of the circular economy, prioritised reused and recycled materials and minimised waste from the start.

A low carbon fitout: Nando’s fit out Cambridge.
A SKA Gold Rated restaurant fit-out achieved through careful procurement, low impact design and local construction.

A biodiverse retail fitout: Biophilia Retail system.
The importance of biophilic design in creating the best retail experience for staff and customers. 

A biodiverse office fitoutPlanteria case studies.
A number of examples of how biophilic design can improve occupier well-being and the quality of office space.

An accessible fitout: Designing inclusive workplaces for diverse workforce.
How to design your office space with inclusivity and diversity at heart.

Accessible office fitout: Design-led accessible office space in some of London’s most sought-after locations.
Embedding accessibility in the workplace during your office fit-out.

Accessibility in Listed Buildings: 8-10 Grosvenor Gardens is a Grosvenor office building which has been designed to be as accessible as possible.
How accessibility can be improved in heritage and listed building despite challenges.  8-10 Grosvenor Gardens is a Grosvenor office building which has been designed to be as accessible as possible

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