Stow is committed to pursuing a customer focused approach to the delivery of property and facilities management services across its portfolio.
To support it in achieving this Stow has teamed up with the management division of Grosvenor Property Management Services Limited, an experienced team of property professionals committed to customer service and leadership in the property and facilities management profession.
It is fundamental to Stow to sustain productive relationship with our occupiers and to invest in continuing our service improvement.
About Grosvenor Property Management Services Limited
Grosvenor property management foundations have been built upon centuries of expertise. Alongside a commitment to community integration, innovation and environmental sustainability, they deliver professional and efficient property management services.
Grosvenor use intelligent, data-driven maintenance to reduce costs and wastage and place a huge focus on occupier wellbeing to provide an exceptional experience across commercial and residential portfolio.
Their innovative approach to the management, refurbishment and development of property has enabled them to build successful relationships with clients who range from private property owners to major UK institution. Having their trusted service partners committed to deliver the environmental, social and governance standards, they have been able to support the local economy and reduce impact on the environment.
Stow is committed to a role of environmental leadership by promoting environmental and ethical good practice at all levels internally and externally. To ensure that our sustainability vision is strategically driven from policy to property level we have teamed up with our JV partner, Grosvenor, to comply with their UK Environmental Policy. Grosvenor set some of the most stretching targets in the property sector to create, invest and manage places that benefit people, the economy and the environment in the future. We commit to optimising and future-proofing the value and performance of our assets by integrating cost-effective sustainability measures into planning, implementation and asset management process.
Grosvenor Property UK Environmental Policy goals consist of:
- Reduce emissions by at least 52% by 2023
- Be carbon neutral across portfolio including suppliers and occupiers by 2025
- Have net zero carbon operational emissions from all directly managed buildings by 2030
- Become climate positive by 2050
- Divert 95% construction waste from landfill
- Adopt circular economy principles, including reducing waste at source, recycling and re-using materials
- Implement Green Leases as a standard of working to occupiers, to increase proportion portfolio procuring renewable energy
Stow strive to meet best practice in non-regulate areas, integrating considerations into our activities, working in partnership with clients, agents, contractors and other suppliers. An example of this can be seen with our development at 33 Davies Street, 36 Park Street, 425 Oxford Street and recently 20 Balderton Street or adoption of green leases throughout or portfolio. Stow is dedicated to improving the environmental performance of our buildings to the Green Agenda maximising energy efficiency.
Our processes are measured regularly so actions for improvements can be made. We aim to minimise adverse social and environmental impacts of our business and uphold the integrity of our business relationships and ethics. As well as implement sustainability improvements that will add value to our existing assets and incorporate consideration of sustainability risks into our property management decisions.
Stow is dedicated to improving the environmental performance of our buildings and commit to the ‘Green Agenda’ maximising energy efficiency. Our processes are measured regularly so actions for improvements can be made.
Code of Practice for Commercial Leases
Stow supports the Code which aims to promote fairness in the letting of commercial property, and recognises a need to increase awareness of property issues amongst occupiers, especially small businesses.