Air quality impact of the development within the boroughwide Haringey Air Quality Management Area (AQMA), and the location has a history of heavy traffic congestion, given its close proximity to Tottenham Hale underground and railway stations
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The Green Ridge Primary Academy is a two-form entry school and has the capacity for 60 children in each year group, however the site has been designed for three-form entry to meet future demand. The school was assessed under the BREEAM UK New Construction 2014 scheme.
The planning condition specified that the scheme must be registered with the BRE and “a pre-assessment report (or design stage certificate with interim rating if available)” must be submitted indicating that the development can achieved a final BREEAM rating of at least “Very Good”.
The client’s brief for the Opera House was that the venue must provide for a very flexible auditorium that would also be capable of operating in a flat floor mode to provide space for banquet hall and exhibition space.
We have just completed our first-ever virtual BREEAM site inspection
General Requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories, we have been informed that the transition to the new more rigorous version ISO/IEC 17025 : 2017 has been successful.
New-build mixed use development of over 350 apartments with associated gym, cinema room and business centre on the banks of the River Irwell in Salford. Downtown is a collection of 6 interlinked blocks completed over two phases of construction, varying in height from 4 storeys up to 14.
Development of a mixed use multi-storey tower block and hotel at the former Yorkshire Post site in Leeds. The scheme contains a gym, retail space, residential units and a separate hotel. The development is ideally located in central Leeds and will provide a mixture of one, two and three-bed flats that extended up 22 stories.
Ditton Park Academy in Slough is a 1,100 student capacity new build secondary school and sixth form. Although predominantly a mainstream education school, it also included a SEN department to cater for students with special hearing and communication needs.
The new Quest Academy, which opened in September 2019, is run by the MacIntyre Academies Trust and caters for 80 students aged between 7 and 19 years who have additional needs associated with an autistic spectrum condition (ASC) or social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) difficulties.