Paye start work on the SEP for The Crown Estate

Major project for The Crown Estate sets new precedent

Paye have begun work on the inaugural Stewardship Enhancement Programme (SEP) for The Crown Estate.

The SEP is an innovative multi-million pound investment by The Crown Estate to maintain their assets with a programme due to complete in the summer.

This is a new approach designed to make their procurement strategy more efficient and cost effective by running numerous projects in tandem and under one banner. The project will ultimately ensure these iconic Crown Estate properties continue to be outstanding places to work, live and visit.

With numerous properties on London’s famous Regent Street and the surrounding St James area, Paye have banded the project into three sectors: North; Central and South

Drawing on a rich history of managing complex projects safely and on time, Paye are taking a strategic approach to the project delivery, utilising multiple experienced and long-serving highly skilled subcontractors and trades.

Communication and a continuing commitment to sustainability and the environment will be central to the project lifecycle. A dedicated tenant liaison will keep information flowing in both ways throughout all stages of the project, dealing with any enquiries swiftly, ensuring the liaison experience is positive.

Paye will deliver their materials into (and from) London using an electric vehicle, reflecting their credentials as strong advocates for the former Prince of Wales’s ‘Terra Carta’ initiative. They balance this with their investment in both preserving the nation’s built heritage and in protecting its future.

With an in-house, IEMA environmental associate (and ISO 14001:2015 accreditation), Paye work closely with their stakeholders to contribute to and innovate material use following the principles of The Circular Economy. In addition they have achieved Carbon Neutral, and are working towards achieving Carbon Net Zero.

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