History in the Making

H I STORY I N THE MAK I NG

An impressive 48,000 sq ft contemporary HQ office building, located in the heart of this vibrant and thriving commercial centre steeped in royal heritage.

One Victoria Street will shape the next chapter in Windsor’s legacy.

MEET I NG THE NEEDS OF AMB I T I OUS 2 1 ST- CENTURY BUS I NESSES , WI TH LONG - TERM SUSTA I NAB I L I TY & EMPLOYEE SAT I SFACT I ON AT THE TOP OF THE AGENDA

9

1

1

Eton College

2

2

River Thames

3

3

Windsor Castle

4

4

Windsor & Eton Riverside station

5

8

5

St George’s Chapel

6

Windsor & Eton Central station

7

King Edward Court shopping centre

7

8

The Long Walk

8

9

The M4

THE F I RST NEW SPECULAT I VE OFF I CE DEVELOPMENT I N WI NDSOR FOR OVER 20 YEARS

F I RST I MPRESS I ONS COUNT

The reception has been designed to create a lasting one.

Curated with high-quality finishes to mirror the natural features on offer in Windsor.

GROUND FLOOR

FLOOR AREAS

SQ FT

SQ M

Ground Floor

4,741

440.47

Reception

1,100

102.25

First Floor

12,931

1,201.29

Second Floor

12,375

1,149.61

Third Floor

10,106

938.81

Terrace

821

76.27

Fourth Floor

4,724

438.89

Terrace

1,316

122.28

Total ex terraces

45,977

4,271.32

Total terraces

2,137

198.55

IT/Comms Room

Overall Total

48,114

4,469.87

Lobby

Approximate areas in accordance with the International Property Measurement Standards (IPMS 3).

Lift

Lift

Store

O f f i c e

Lobby

Bin Store

FLOORPLANS

1st floor 12,928 SQ FT

3rd floor 10,097 SQ FT

Terrace 786 SQ FT

Terrace

Terrace

Lobby

Lobby

Lobby

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Lobby

wc

Oce

Oce

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2nd floor 12,379 SQ FT

4th floor 4,682 SQ FT

Terrace 1,270 SQ FT

Terrace

Lobby

Lobby

Lobby

Lobby

wc

wc

Oce

THE SPEC I F I CAT I ON

• New Grade A ground-up development • VRV air-conditioning system • 600 x 600mm raised floor tiles with 80mm void • Suspended metal tile ceiling • LED lighting • Floor to ceiling height 2.65-2.7m • 2 x 13-person passenger lift • 33 car parking spaces

• Roof terraces on the 3rd and the 4th floors • Male and female changing and shower facilities • Secure cycle storage • Designed to accommodate an occupancy standard of 1:8 sq m

‘Green’ credentials • LED PIR lighting motion sensors • Target BREEAM (2014) of ‘Excellent’ • Target EPC ‘A’ rating • Sedum roof • ‘Green’ relaxation room • Extensive planters • 3 electric car charging points • 13kw Solar PV Panels

Technology offer

• Wired score ‘Platinum’ rating • Internet services provided to the building • Fully integrated Building Management System, to include:

- Time schedule control for zones as appropriate

- Time schedule control of

ventilation plant VRV condensers

- Optimised start for time zones, heating and chillers where appropriate - Energy Monitoring and Billing System for tenants to monitor energy consumption

Windsor is steeped in centuries of history. The area has witnessed Magna Carta, as well as the births, marriages and deaths of many of the Kings and Queens of England, who have resided in the world-famous Windsor Castle since the 11th century. Today Windsor proudly retains many of its traditions within an environment that is very much in the 21st-century, with many “millennials” choosing to move to what is very much an English country town influenced by London. RUB SHOULDERS WI TH H I STORY I N A TOWN THAT I S QU I NTESSENT I ALLY ENGL I SH

WINDSOR GREAT PARK COVER 5,000 ACRES, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ALL YEAR ROUND

Café culture thrives here, alongside some of the most traditional English pubs, Michelin Star restaurants and top-quality hotels. The retail offer in Windsor caters for all kinds of shopper, with street markets, shopping centres and high-end independents offering all the best brand names. There are many outdoor leisure opportunities connected with the surrounding country parks and activities on the river. UNR I VALLED AMEN I T I ES ON YOUR DOORSTEP

12

Windsor & Eton Riverside

36

13

6

9

7

14

1

2

23

21

18

5

Windsor & Eton Central

33

35

4

11

3

10

30

34

24

17

26

28

32

27

20

29

21

16

15

31

8

25

22

19

18

WATFORD

ENF I ELD

BARNET

BUSHEY

M1

17

4

H I GH WYCOMBE

A355

M40

A413

Slough

A412

M25

4

NORTHWOOD

BEACONSF I ELD

A406

2

3

2

J6

A4155

M4

M40

A503

A1

MARLOW

A355

BOURNE END

HARROW

RU I SL I P

BRENT CROSS

16/1A

A404

A10

A4094

A4155

Eton Collage

WEMBLEY

UXBR I DGE

A40

A308

HENLEY-ON- THAMES

GREENFORD

MA I DENHEAD

A4

HAYES

A352

Eton

EAL I NG

THE C I TY

SLOUGH

7

M4

M404(M)

A4

A406

CENTRAL LONDON

A312

6

Datchet

8

Windsor Castle

HAMMERSMI TH

4

A355

M4

15/4B

3

5

2

1

Windsor

SOUTHWARK

FULHAM

A4

TWYFORD

WI NDSOR

14

HEATHROW

HOUNSLOW

A308

R I CHMOND

A321

WANDSWORTH

A205

A308

LEWI SHAM

A316

READ I NG

A30

13

A307

A219

STA I NES

10

EGHAM

A308

A329(M)

A332 D R I V I N G

BRACKNELL

miles

minutes

1

A308

A3

MERTON

A308

11

K I NGSTON- UPON- THAMES

WOK I NGHAM

LEGOLAND M4 Junction 6

2

8 11

SUNBURY

ASCOT

A214

2.5

12/2

M3

Ascot Racecourse

6 8

12 17 14 21

A322

A244

SURB I TON

A212

A309

A236

Thorpe Park

A24

A237

12

M25 Junction 15 Heathrow Airport Henley-on-Thames

8.3 11.9

A317

CROYDON

11

WEYBR I DGE

SUTTON

A244

19

30 60

ESHER

A232

CHESS I NGTON

London

25

A23

3

M25

A307

A33

A243

CHOBHAM

SANDHURST

T R A I N

A3

A244

A2022

minutes

BYFLEET

EPSOM

A322

CAMBERLEY

London Paddington (From Windsor & Eton Central)

28

To Gatwick

COBHAM

BANSTEAD

10

A240

WOK I NG

4

A24

London Waterloo

58

9

FR IMLEY

(From Windsor & Eton Riverside)

A22

4a

9

Postcode SL4 1YB

A331

M3

A247

LEATHERHEAD

FARNBOROUGH

A324

HOOK

A217

7

FLEET

CATERHAM

5

A323

7/

8

A246

M25

8

A3

6

A24

ALDERSHOT

A25

REDH I LL

RE I GATE

GU I LDFORD

A247

DORK I NG

A31

A25

A248

FARNHAM

M23

A217

GODALMI NG

A24

HORLEY

A281

9

GATWI CK

10

I N GOOD COMPANY

Key industries in the Thames Valley (Source: Nomis)

Windsor is home to some of the largest global companies such as Centrica, British Gas, Golfbreaks, Nintendo and Konami. What attracts them to this region? The Thames Valley accommodates over 45,400 enterprise businesses, including 260 large corporations. The key industries providing employment include information and communication, which comprise almost 13% of jobs, and professional, scientific and technical activities, which comprise about 11.5% of jobs. The region is economically strong with a higher employment rate. Windsor, as part of the Thames Valley, has the highest labour productivity in the UK outside London, at 23% above the national average. Windsor is at the centre of the UK’s transport network, 12 miles west of Heathrow Airport, which operates about 475,000 flights a year serving 80.1 million passengers flying to 203 destinations in 84 countries, making it the busiest airport in Europe. The region is set to benefit from the opening of Crossrail, which will allow passengers from the Thames Valley to catch one train all the way through central London, providing a direct link to a range of destinations, including the West End, the City and Canary Wharf. Excellent transport links, beautiful countryside and the proximity to Heathrow Airport, make Berkshire and especially Windsor with its iconic, historical beauty and country parks, a very desirable place to set up business, relocate or find employment.

11% Professional, Scientific & Technical

13% Information & Communications

Windsor has highest labou r productivity in UK (Source: ONS)

23% Above National Average

77% National Average

Heathrow Airport per year (Source: LHR Airports Ltd) Passengers 80,100,000 Flights 475,000 Destinations 203

Countries 84

WI NDSOR HAS AN ENV I ABLE , ALL-YEAR - ROUND SPORT I NG CALENDAR Windsor Great Park hosts many annual events, including carriage driving, half marathons, fun-runs and cycling, as well as the river, offering boating, rowing and river cruising. Polo is played at Guards Polo Club in Windsor Great Park, and horse racing can be enjoyed at the world-famous Ascot Racecourse. There are many other sports events within reach of Windsor, including Henley Regatta.

A WI NDOW ON H I STORY

The view from the top-floor terrace has been unchanged in centuries. It has to be one of the most impressive in England, overlooking the most exclusive of neighbours.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE JOINT AGENTS

STEVE NEW 0148 344 6800 snew@vailwilliams.com

ANDREW WILLCOCK 020 7409 8779 awillcock@savills.com

STUART CHAMBERS 020 7075 2883 stuart.chambers@savills.com

CHARLIE NICHOLSON 0118 909 7419 cnicholson@vailwilliams.com

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This brochure and the descriptions and the measurements contained herein do not form part of any contract and whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, this cannot be guaranteed. All floor areas quoted are estimated on a net internal basis and should be verified by interested parties. March 2021

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