We’re already dedicated to turning your workspace into somewhere you really love to be. From becoming wholly Covid-compliant, to embarking on an ambitious refurbishment programme, we know that our tenants feel welcome and safe here.

Now we’re ensuring that Affinity House operates a net zero carbon strategy. That means that we’ll try to reach zero carbon emissions, as well as making sure we offset any that we do incur.

Creating a self-sufficient workspace

Why is this important to us? Because we believe in the power of community. We recognise that great things can happen when people come together, and that happens every day in our co-working spaces. But we are all also part of the global community, and it’s important that we play our part in making the world a better place. At Affinity House, that means creating a workspace that’s self-sufficient and leaves no carbon footprint.

We’re early in the process, but we’ve made some important steps. We’re working closely with Zero Waste Scotland, who are helping us fine tune our energy efficient processes. A wind turbine powers our site and charges electric vehicles, making us entirely energy self-sufficient. In the future we’re aiming to install solar panels as part of our ongoing site development and commitment to sustainability.

It’s an ever-evolving project, and we’ll always be committed to it.

Affinity House Managing Director Paul McGillvery says, “It’s a testament to the commitment of the team that we’ve been fully operational and Covid-safe since easing allowed, as well as continuing to further our goal of sustainability.”

If you want to join the Affinity House community, we are leasing office space to local organisations, or larger companies looking to install a satellite office here in Dundee. With a network of companies in the innovative tech, renewables, and construction industries already at home here, it’s a great place to innovate, network, and get down to business fast.

Get in touch today to find out more about our flexible, modern workspace.