On Thursday 2nd May, we kicked off May with a sustainable travel day on The Green, suggesting ways to support green travel, offering free bike check-ups from an expert mechanic and welcoming Europe’s leading BMX show, as well as some delicious street food from The Chipsmyth and Mexican Odyssey.
When it comes to transport connections, Winnersh Triangle is hard to beat. The Park has its own dedicated rail station just a three-minute walk from the Piazza, providing direct and frequent rail services to Central London and Reading, with trains running every 30 minutes.
We are also committed to making the park an easier place to drive an electric vehicle, so we have two 50kw InstaVolt electric charging stations which are easy to use and available on a pay-as-you-go basis with no subscription or membership required. Drivers simply tap their contactless credit or debit card, charge up and go.
Katharine Westcar, Head of Marketing at Winnersh Triangle said: “Commitment to sustainable development is one of our core principles. Energy efficiency is designed into every building and we see it as our duty to make our carbon footprint as small as possible.
“Our commitment to these principles extends to the wider environment of Winnersh Triangle, with free bicycles, great public transport links, Park & Ride, car sharing and MyJourney initiatives, so everyone can play their part in building a more sustainable future.
“Through careful design, planning and management we aim to minimise our impact on the environment and maximise the benefit to the wider community.”
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About Winnersh Triangle
Winnersh Triangle is an office and technology park located close to junction 10 of the M4, near Reading. Owned by Frasers Property UK, the 90-acre business park totals 1.5 million square feet and is occupied by over 60 companies employing more than 5,500 people. Visit winnershtriangle.co.uk for further information.
About Frasers Property UK
Frasers Property UK is a leading developer in London, and also owns and manages business parks in Thames Valley and Glasgow. The company’s development business has delivered more than 700 homes in London to date and is currently developing a 300,000 sq ft office scheme on the site of Central House in Aldgate East on the edge of the City of London. The company’s commercial/business parks business owns four business parks – Winnersh Triangle, Chineham Park, Watchmoor Park and Farnborough Business Park, in Thames Valley west of London – as well as Hillington Park, a business park in Glasgow.
For more information on Frasers Property UK, please visit https://www.frasersproperty.com/uk.