Installation of LED lights leads to a 18% reduction in electricity usage
Lordship Lane Health Centre in West Green, Haringey, opened in 2007. The £5.2m health centre was built on a restricted site, replacing an existing outdated healthcare facility. As part of an ongoing focus on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards by the North London Estates Partnership’s Board, a programme of replacing existing lighting with energy efficient LED’s has recently been carried out throughout the interiors of the building. The works were carried out by Bellrock FM and overseen by NLEP’s Managed Services provider, gbpartnerships, on behalf of Head Tenant, Community Health Partnerships.
Jamie Andrews, NLEP Director commented: “Over 500 lights have been replaced with energy efficient LED’s throughout the Health Centre. Since they have been installed, we have seen a 18% reduction in electricity usage for the building when compared to 2017-2018 meter readings, which is fantastic from both an environmental stand point, but also in driving greater efficiencies across our estate.
The LEDs also have a longer lifespan and will drive further savings in maintenance and replacement costs.”