Diary of a Sutton Councillor

Celebrating the opening of Subsea 7 new offices in Sutton

With council leader Ruth Dombey and Deputy Mayoress Pauline Cook

With council leader Ruth Dombey and Deputy Mayoress Pauline Cook

Yesterday I attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the official opening of the new Subsea 7 offices in Sutton.

These stunning new offices replace an old council car park, and enabled this global seabed engineering company to maintain and expand its presence in Sutton.

Not only is it an asset for the borough to be home to such a prestigious company, Subsea 7 give back to the borough by working with local schools encouraging our young people into careers in engineering.

I take an especial pride in having seen this project from inception to completion, as it is a positive result of the more facilitative approach our Planning Department is taking with businesses wishing to invest in the borough.

The building meets BREAM Excellent rating and includes features specifically to improve biodiversity. In particular it has a green roof planted especially to attract the rare blue butterfly, and there will be more trees planted on the site than were removed for the redevelopment.

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February 24, 2017 - Posted by | Information | , , ,

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