Winnersh Triangle is supporting
your health

Occupiers at Winnersh Triangle benefit from access to The Green for exercise classes, and events, walkability across the park, access to healthy food, tree-lined streets and two piazza areas to relax, a walking trial through Winnersh Meadows and a boardwalk over Winnersh Triangle wetlands.

Fitwel certifies that Winnersh Triangle meets best practice standards for its design and operation to support holistic health standards. Fitwel is used in over 35 countries, and Frasers Property UK is proud to have certified the largest Fitwel area globally, a total of 288 acres impacting approximately 13,500 people.
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Increasing Efficiency and Reducing
Emissions

Winnersh Triangle has committed to achieving net zero carbon across the park by 2050, aligned with the Paris Agreement to limit warming by 1.5 degrees. Here’s what we’ve already done to reduce our impact across the park:
  • Over 19,000 sq ft of solar PV installed to date
  • 100% renewable electricity procured through the grid
  • Installation of energy efficient lighting
  • Water efficient fixtures and taps
  • Promotion of cycling to reduce commuter emissions
  • Light coloured pavements and tree shading to reduce summer temperatures

View the roadmap to achieving this target here
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pathway towards the park

Biodiversity

Winnersh Triangle benefits from its nearby natural environment and preservation of green space and nature within the parks. A three-year plan is in place to improve flora and fauna diversity, prioritising the plantings of native species and protecting existing wildlife such as hedgehogs and bats.

In 2021, we:
  • Planted over 7000 new bulbs.
  • Installed five new bug hotels.
  • Installed four beehives.
  • Planted a new native planting area.
  • Installed two new bat boxes.

Check out the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch results from 2021 here
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At Winnersh Triangle we are committed to
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Sustainable
Travel
Over 240 cycle parking spots for occupiers.
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Circular
Economy
Winnersh Triangle regularly donates furniture and other items to local businesses and charities.
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Green
Infrastructure
A green roof covers the roof of The Cabin, the park’s latest fitness centre.
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Environmental
Governance
Accredited to international environmental management standard ISO 14001.

Sustainable Buildings

BREEAM is the most common and widely adopted green buildings certification, certifying the sustainability performance of a building. Over 40% of the buildings at Winnersh Triangle have been certified with the certification, achieving good to best practices scores. These include air quality testing, access to natural light, energy and water efficient appliances, recycling facilities and carbon neutral carpets.
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In 2022 we are committed to

  • Completing energy efficiency upgrades.
  • Installing more electric car charging points.
  • Installing additional bicycle parking places.
  • Achieving more BREEAM certifications across the park.
  • Switching over to efficient lighting in the car parks.
  • Installing fruit and vegetable gardens.
Accreditations
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Submit to Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark annually
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BREEAM building certifications
BBP climate commitment signatory logo
Members of Better Buildings Partnership (BBP)
SGS 1SO 14001 logo
ISO 14001 accredited
GRI, empowering sustainable decisions
Core & g4 disclosures
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Signatory since 2016
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Fitwel accredited