Exeter-based business Oxygen House has been named among the top food and drink producers globally this year, picking up a highly prized 2-star Great Taste award for its “Oxygen House Honey”.
Grenadier, the local developer of Exmouth’s new Watersports centre, Sideshore, is excited to announce the building has been awarded an Energy Performance Certification (EPC) ‘A’ which is ground-breaking for a commercial building.
The redevelopment of a former school in Exeter, known as St Margaret’s, has become the first property in the UK to secure an Energy Performance Certification (EPC) A for a set of historic buildings.
Exeter CITY Community Trust, in partnership with Exeter City Futures, has undertaken the huge task of assembling substantial parcels of food, personal care products, and energy vouchers for around 550 vulnerable families in Exeter and Cranbrook.
Sideshore, the new beach-front development in Exmouth is expected to reach an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of A which is ground-breaking for a commercial building of this type.
We are delighted to announce that Sparx has won not just one, but two awards at this year’s Exeter Living Awards 2020.
You can find out which awards they won, right here…
Oxygen House are keen to support everyone at Flybe affected by the recent news, and we’re extending an open invitation to two drop-in sessions with our HR team on 17th and 24th March.
Oxygen House are delighted to once again support TEDxExeter. Unfortunately this year’s event has been postponed to 2021 due to the current coronavirus crisis.
We’re excited to reveal our new ground-floor shared space which in true Oxygen House style has a strong focus on sustainability.
Sideshore, the new not-for-profit seafront development on Exmouth seafront is expected to be completed by Summer 2020. Developer, Grenadier, celebrated their latest milestone with the completion of the watersport centre’s steel structure by holding a topping out ceremony with help from local school children from Brixington Primary Academy.
Property developer, Grenadier, have announced that a staggering 40% of the properties at St Margaret’s in Exeter have been reserved or sold in Phase 1. Phase 1, which is due to be completed in Spring 2020, consists of 18 properties spread across four residences…
Businesses of Exeter raised £5,000 for two environmentally focused charities, Devon Wildlife Trust and Climate Outreach following a successful charity prize draw at Exeter Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Exeter Business Dinner recently.
Oxygen House have today been announced as this year’s Exeter Chamber of Commerce Business Dinner headline sponsor.
Reducing your energy usage needn’t be difficult and there are lots of small steps that can make a big difference on your energy usage in the office and at home.
Sparx, a socially focused learning technology company based in Exeter, is to receive a £20 million investment from Oxygen House
Exeter-based property developers Grenadier break new ground as they begin work converting historic St Margaret’s School in Exeter, into new sustainable homes
Oxygen House are very excited to be providing a new home to two colonies of honeybees. As part of a project to save biodiversity we are working with a local beekeeper, William Dop, to educate staff and encourage them to get involved in looking after our locally sourced hives.
The redevelopment of the former St Margaret’s School in St Leonard’s which will see the Grade II and Grade II* listed buildings transformed into high-quality, energy efficient homes, is underway
Grenadier announce exciting new project which will look to accelerate economic development in forward-thinking city
Each year a new diet, food trend or health fad becomes the latest must-follow trend and, in an attempt to be healthy, lose weight or simply just be part of the movement, we jump on it in the hopes of a wonder cure.
You may think a single costume can’t make that much of a difference, but when you consider UK consumers spend millions of pounds on Halloween products, such as decorations, toys and confectionery each year, it may make you think twice about the impacts it has on our environment.
Matthew Gingell, general counsel at Oxygen House Group, recently organised a legal ‘hack’ with local lawyers to prove the hypothesis that the law should not be a barrier to innovation.
It’s thought 75% of food crops are now dependent on animal pollination which plays a critical part in our food chain. However, globally we are facing a pollinator crisis due to intensive agriculture, climate change, pests and disease.
Exeter-based developer Grenadier has announced local business, Edge Water Sports, as the new sustainable watersports centre’s first key tenant.
Oxygen House is focused on two primary goals: a carbon-neutral society based on MWs of both renewable energy produced and demand reduced; an overhaul in educational standards through shrewd, patient investment in radical data technology.
Prices of solar and other renewables are decreasing. Consumer popularity is proportionately high. The benefits of Oxygen House’s investments with Low Carbon and other players in the renewable energy market are already being felt: in lower energy bills, greater energy security and fewer stranded in fuel poverty.
Good education means better preparation for environmental, political and economic change. It significantly impacts health, integrity, morality, quality of life and life expectancy. Done properly, the benefits of good education are felt across the social order.
If we are to ensure lasting sustainability through supply chains, stimulate thought leadership in traditional sectors and influence a wider group of businesses, innovative partnerships with likeminded organisations are required.