Designed with regeneration and reuse in mind, Wimbledon Quarter is an example of urban design.

The space at Wimbledon Quarter has been redeveloped by Fletcher Priest Architects, one of the largest architecture and design practices in the United Kingdom.

As a practice, they take an approach that holds regeneration and sustainability high on their priority list. They’re interested in how to work with existing buildings and structures rather than assuming they need to be replaced.

8 Queens Road Office Space (CGI)

As such, Wimbledon Quarter has been developed with the highest standards of sustainability and ESG credentials in mind.


Carbon savings: 5000 tons of carbon saved by retaining the existing structure of the building.

Reuse: Our rooftop mushroom farm recycles used coffee to assist with growth.

Renewable power: 100% of electricity provided from renewable sources.

8 Queens Road Terrace (CGI)

Responsible employers: Onsite team are all paid the London Living Wage as a minimum.

Boosted environment: Retractable roof brings in fresh air and light to the space.

Waste reduction: Zero waste to landfill policy implemented. Local produce:

Rooftop beehives: Producing local honey to be used and sold onsite.

Wimbledon Quarter Rooftop Farm and Bee Hives

Green spaces: Internal and external greening works add contribution to air quality and the natural world.

Water use: Rainwater harvesting and waterless urinals ensure efficient water use.

Accessibility: New changing places facility installed within the ground floor toilets.