The London skyline continues to head upwards, with a record 76 tall buildings due to be completed this year, a three-fold increase from 2018.
According to the latest research from the industry forum New London Architecture (NLA), the number of tall towers – more than 20 storeys high – planned or under construction has also hit a new record of 541, up from 510 buildings in 2017. The annual survey shows 366 of them are in inner London and 175 in outer London; the latter is up by 3%.
As more high-rises continue to be approved for commercial, residential and mixed-use purposes in London, how will the councils and developers deal with the expected resultant density in cars?
There is a real benefit in the space saving qualities of automated parking systems. Depending on the buildings shape; Increase in parking capacities of around 60% is now available for London developers.
Not only is Lödige Industries 5by2 puzzle parking system one of the most space saving on the market, it can also operate across several levels, with hoist access. Carriers can be directly fitted to concrete floors, steel frames or a combination of both. Space gained will mean added revenue generating rentable space, with the potential of turning unprofitable ventures into profitable ones.
Reliability concerns really are a thing of the past. Lödige has been established in the UK for over 30 years, meaning local engineers, within proximity, resolving issues quickly and efficiently. As well as this all our parking systems are 24/7 remote monitored, meaning issues and faults can be resolved within minutes with troubleshooting. In total, Lödige Industries monitor more than 4000 automated parking spaces around the world.
For more information on how Lodige can assist with your development get in touch with the UK office. Assistance can be given with budget costs, design, drawings, tenders and compliance.