Bank of England

yearly energy costs

  • before
  • after

project location

bank of england

The Bank Of Engalnd was first founded in 1694. Between 1925 and 1939, Bank of England architect Sir Herbert Baker demolished what had become known as ‘the old Bank’ or ‘Soane’s Bank’. The old Bank, designed by architect Sir John Soane, was regarded as one of London’s architectural gems. Sir Herbert built a new headquarters for the Bank of England on the same 3.5-acre Threadneedle Street site.

The old Bank of England had mostly been no more than three storeys high. The new building stood seven storeys above ground, and dropped three below to fit in the extra staff needed to tackle the Bank’s rapidly increasing amount of work and responsibility.

“Would highly recommend to anyone looking to upgrade to LED.”

  • annual energy savings
  • energy saving %
  • 10 year energy savings
  • payback period
  • carbon emission savings

ready to start saving money
on your lighting?