Thameswey Group Companies
The Council established Thameswey Limited (TL) in 1999 to make long-term energy and environmental project investments in support of what subsequently became the Council's Climate Change Strategy. In 2004 the company's remit was extended to include provision of affordable homes in support of the Council's Housing Strategy. In 2008 the company's remit was further extended to take forward redevelopment proposals for parts of the Borough.
TSC provide customer services and administration for all Thameswey companies, as well as provide technical, strategic and project management services to both public and private sector clients in the fields of sustainable energy, energy efficiency and ESCO development.
TMSL provide operations and maintenance services of the core energy assets and ancillary equipment of the Thameswey Group and provide specialist contracting expertise to third parties.
Thameswey Energy Ltd was established in 2000 to provide a long term strategy of sustainable energy infrastructure investment both within the borough of Woking and elsewhere, with the objective of securing carbon dioxide equivalent emissions. The company achieves this through its generation, distribution and supply of sustainable, low carbon and renewable energy to public, commercial and private domestic customers in the borough (and Milton Keynes via its subsidiary).
TCMK was established to build and operate a Combined Heat and Power station to deliver district heating and a private wire network in the central business district in Milton Keynes.
TSL was set up as a joint venture with Total Gas and Power to install and operate photovoltaic (PV) panels throughout the Borough, on Council owned housing, community buildings, and third party owned buildings.
Thameswey Housing Limited is established to support the Woking Borough Council Housing and Economic Development Strategies through the provision of additional residential accommodation of all types. It has an objective to provide affordable homes to those who, due to their circumstances, are unable to access open market provision but are also unlikely to be able to access social rented accommodation.
TGHL was set up in 2013 with the intention of offering a bed and breakfast service within the Borough of Woking.
TDL develop both commercial and residential schemes which further the Council's ambitions. Our first major scheme was the Hoe Valley Scheme.
The company was formed as a joint venture between Thameswey Developments Ltd and Rutland Properties Ltd.
The company was formed to progress a development at Carthouse Lane, Woking.
* This company is not currently trading
The Company changed its name from 'Rutland Woking Westminster Court Ltd' at its Board Meeting in September 2015.