The former Southwark Town Hall was tastefully and sympathetically restored to provide high end student accommodation, artists studios and a new theatre for Theatre Peckham. SRL led the acoustic design of this complex and challenging scheme including supporting the design team with many bespoke acoustic details such as curtain walling elements and the acoustic design […]
We were employed to monitor vibration levels at multiple client developments, in and around the Midlands. These were part of flood alleviation schemes and river defence projects.
The BREEAM assessments for the Westgate shopping centre in Oxford had to achieve a BREEAM “Excellent” rating and Code Level 4 under Code for Sustainable Homes for the residential block. We were appointed by Laing O’Rourke and also worked closely with Land Securities Group plc, the developer, to complete the BREEAM assessments for both the […]
BREEAM UK New Construction 2018 – How are Credits easily lost during design and construction? Introduction When completing BREEAM assessments, we often find that certain credits targeted in the pre-assessment are lost in the later stages of an assessment. In this document SRL highlight the BREEAM issues where project teams frequently lose credits and […]
London Borough of Tower Hamlets required an Air Quality and Dust Management Plan (AQDMP) to mitigate the risk of nuisance dust affecting these receptors and to prevent further deterioration of the air quality within the AQMA.
This project was for the construction of one residential block in the first phase of the South Lambeth Estate residential development. The site is within the borough-wide London Borough of Lambeth (LBL) Air Quality Management Area (AQMA); this AQMA was defined for 1-hour and annual mean exceedances of NO2 and for 24-hour and annual mean […]
With many residential dwellings along Fitzgerald Road, significant degradation of local air quality could adversely impact residents so dispersion modelling was used to evaluate the proposal.
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
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”.