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 […]
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”.
Rhyl High School is a new build secondary school in Rhyl. The £25 million redevelopment includes modern classrooms, laboratories, a drama studio and café area, as well as specialist areas for the use by the local community. The school accommodates 1,200 pupils age 11-16 years, as well as providing a base for 45 pupils from […]
A new three storey secondary school complex in Ipswich, to replace the old buildings and equipment, as part of the UK Government’s Priority Schools Build Programme. The project was assessed under the BREEAM 2011 New Construction Education Scheme.
A new 462-bedroom student accommodation block in Northampton town centre, as part of the University of Northampton’s wider redevelopment plans. The project was assessed under the BREEAM 2008 Multi-residential Scheme.
In response to a growing population, Peterborough City Council has undertaken a school places expansion programme. As part of this, the new 420 place Welland Primary School was constructed on the site of a previous primary school.