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E14 Canary Wharf London Inventories – Specialists in Home Energy Performance Certification
In a changing and increasingly cash-strapped world, savings on home energy costs and tax breaks for environmentally friendly home energy renovations are always welcome.
E14 Canary Wharf London Inventories has Energy Assessors situated throughout London and the Southeast of England working seven days a week. If you require an energy performance certification, please get in contact with our E14 Canary Wharf office support staff on 020 3348 9169 or send us an email at to make your appointment today.
Some of our customers sometime ask if our Energy Assessors are registered with any government approved credential scheme. To clarify this we have attached our Energy Assessor's membership certificate from The Stroma group who offer a co-ordinated approach to building sustainability and compliance within the energy assessment industry. He renews his membership every year in October, thus keeping him regularly upto date with goverment regulations.
Stroma membership certificate
Places of interest in and around E14 Canary Wharf
, Docklands, London. It was designed by the architectural firm of Kohn Pedersen Fox and built by Canary Wharf Contractors[http://www.cwcontractors.com/projectsBankStreet.asp Canary Wharf Contractors Website]. The 32 story building was completed in 2003 and is 151 metres tall. The majority of the building is occupied by Clifford Chance, the largest law firm in the world, but a few floors are (...)
(figures) from Rudolph Ackermann's ''Microcosm of London, or, London in Miniature'' (1808-11). The West India Docks are a series of three docks on the Isle of Dogs in London. (...)
:''For the landmark building sometimes known as Canary Wharf (Tower), see One Canada Square.'' (centre), Citigroup Centre (right) Canary Wharf is a large business and shopping development in London, located on the Isle of Dogs in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, centred on the old West India Docks in the London Docklands (...)
Canary Wharf tube station is a London Underground station on the Jubilee Line, between Canada Water and North Greenwich. It is in Travelcard Zone 2 and was opened by Ken Livingstone setting an escalator in motion on 17 September 1999 as part of the Jubilee Line Extension. It is maintained by Tube Lines. (...)
Citigroup Centre may refer to: *Citigroup Centre, London *Citigroup Centre, Sydney Citigroup Center may refer to: *Citigroup Center in New York City *Citigroup Center (Chicago) (...)
at the River Thames at . Much of Leamouth is taken up by Trinity Buoy Wharf which contains London's only lighthouse. For most of history, this has not been a residential area, but it is now becoming a desirable area for live/work units, many in the form of the Container Cities. More of the area is becoming available for redevelopment, so this area is likely to grow in residential significance (...)
The East India Docks was a small group of Docks in the Blackwall area of East London, just north of the Isle of Dogs. (...)
List of services we provide in E14 Canary Wharf:
The nearest tube station serving E14 Canary Wharf is South Quay.
We also provide energy performance certificates and other services in nearby areas including Canary Wharf, Limehouse, New Cross, Deptford, and Greenwich.