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SHW takes FM deal in Croydon

Independent full-service property real estate advisory business, SHW, has been appointed to oversee the facilities management for Norfolk House in Croydon, marking a significant step in the management of the property following its recent acquisition by a private investor.

The mixed-use complex, comprising shopping, hotel and office spaces, benefits from its proximity to East Croydon Station, enhancing its accessibility and appeal. The involvement of SHW, which extends from commercial property management to acting as letting agent, forms a strategic approach to optimising the scheme’s potential, leveraging its substantial square footage to attract a diverse range of tenants and visitors.

Situated on a 1.84-acre site, Norfolk House totals 160,672 sq ft, including a 149-bed, 60,000 sq ft Travelodge Hotel, 40,228 sq ft of offices space and 60,444 sq ft of retail. The property is multi-let to tenants including McDonalds, Clydesdale Bank, Moss Bros and Greggs.

Tarniah Thompson of SHW said of the contract award: “We’re thrilled to share that Norfolk House has officially joined our property portfolio and we look forward to working in collaboration with our Property Management team to deliver an exceptional property and facilities service at Norfolk House. We understand that each property has unique needs and challenges. Our dedicated FM team is committed to leveraging their expertise and innovative solutions to optimise the performance of Norfolk House and exceed the expectations of our client and tenants.”

Navigating FM efforts to sustainability 

As environmental protection demands unified action, transparency, and heightened awareness, Biological Preparations has launched an initiative to catalyse sustainability efforts within the FM sector.

FM businesses face unique challenges and heightened expectations of eco-initiatives from their clients. Yet, behind the scenes in FM businesses, many environmental initiatives, rollouts and even planning, are not broadcasted and transparent.

Have your say: Sustainability Trends in FM 

The UK biotech company’s five-minute, anonymous FM-focused survey, offers FM professionals of all hierarchies with a platform to voice their perspectives and share their experiences. The results from this survey will then be analysed and presented as an industry-specific report, which aims to guide FM businesses helping them benchmark trends, gain clarity on industry challenges, and map out goals and metrics towards sustainability.

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