We’re currently working on a large site of 300 plots in Basingstoke for a one the UK’s biggest house builders. The development achieves Part L 2013 compliance and Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 across the site.
With a mixture of detached houses, terraces, bungalows, and apartments, Environmental Economics have worked with the house builder to create a build specification that works in all situations. The build specification uses a cost-effective solution of accredited fabric solutions, with flexible heating designs, and Waste Water Heat Recovery if needed.
The flexibility takes into account the changing construction required depending on the structural and regional build requirements. In so doing, the same flexible solution used on this site can be applied with ease across the UK, and minimise the reliance on the currently volatile-priced market of renewable technologies such as solar photovoltaic panels.
This creates a more efficient core building fabric, creates a simple specification that can always be easily applied, with premediated flexibility, without being over-specified, and overall, reduces build costs.
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- ESOS Phase 2 – Early Participants
- Constructionline Level 2 Accreditation
- Luton Town Centre Daylight Study
- The Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS
- New Draft London Plan Document Released for Consultation
- Overheating Analysis in Barking Riverside
- Daylight and Sunlight in Shepherds Bush
- London Plan Energy Report, Bexley
- Energy and Sustainability in Milton Keynes
- Daylight and Sunlight Report in Suffolk
- SAPs for a leading London Architect
- Energy Reports in Bristol
- Daylight and sunlight assessment in Ipswich
- Michail Kapetanakis joins Environmental Economics as Building Energy Consultant.
- Creating BIM components for BIMstore
- SAP calculations in Northampton
- Advising on energy strategy in Bristol
- Planning report and assessments in Bedfordshire
- Renovation assessment in the South of England
- Overheating risk assessment in East London
- Delivering BREEAM Assessments for Multiple Projects (Birmingham Architects)
- Working with a Top 5 Building Client
- Making Your ‘Grand Design’ Achieve Building Regs
- Supply Chain Sustainability School – Gold
- ESOS Consultation for Major UK Business Group
- ESOS for Large UK Garden Centre Group
- London Plan Energy Report in Brent
- Planning/Energy Report and SAPs for Major UK Development
- Supply Chain Sustainability School – Silver
- Peterborough – Ventilation Cost Saving
- An Integrated Approach to Part F Ventilation
- Display Energy Certificate in Hertfordhire
- BREEAM ‘Very Good’ and SBEM in Southampton
- Consultation on Part L1A (SAP) in Basingstoke
- ESOS for UK tool importer and retailer
- BREEAM ‘Very Good’ in Surrey
- SAPs in Exeter
- SBEM project in Essex
- Consultants trained to deliver ISO 50001
- Planning report in Southampton
- SAPs in East Yorkshire
- BREEAM (UK) New Construction and SBEM assessment
- Code for Sustainable Homes Assessment
- South East London, London Plan Planning Report
- ESOS Project for UK Retailer
- ESOS Contract
- Part L 2013 Solutions
- BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment
- BREEAM Very Good – London
- Park Centrale, Southampton
- Bernard Court, Chester Road, Holmes Chapel.