The construction of a new reception area to the pre-operative assessment block.
Updated: 2013-08-16 15:46:51 Added: 2013-08-16 15:46:51
Client: Southwark Council
Developer: Barratt Homes and BL Canada Quays Ltd.
Architects: CZWG Architects and PKS Architects
Environmental Assessor: BBS Environmental
Canada Water, like so many areas within the Thames Gateway, is undergoing a major transformation. The scheme is being developed by Southwark Council in partnership with British Land Canada Quays (BLCQ) and Barratt East London. At the centre of this multi-million pound development is the new library, designed by Piers Gough of CZWG Architects. Built on the waterfront and main plaza, the library will complement the surrounding homes, restaurants and retail units.
The new development consists of several sites: Site B is at its heart, close to the library and forming a backdrop to the main plaza. The mixed use scheme, designed by PKS Architects, comprises 63 units of which 21 will be affordable homes. The ground floor will be for commercial and retail units. Site A includes over 600 residential units of which 170 will be affordable and 10% disabled homes.
BBS Environmental is conducting the SAP and CfSH (Level 4) assessments on the entire scheme. All plots comply with the Lifetime Homes criteria. The space and water heating is provided by one centralised energy centre, housed within Site B, and includes the following components:
Once complete, this development will provide its residents with a unique environment in which to work, rest and play. With the Canada Water underground station on the doorstep, so many of London's major attractions are only minutes away, including; Canary Wharf, The Excel Centre, The City and The O2 Arena.
Updated: 2013-08-16 15:25:19 Added: 2013-08-16 15:25:19
The demolition of existing warehouse and construction of 164 residential units and 5 - shell only - commercial units.
Updated: 2013-08-16 15:23:12 Added: 2013-08-16 15:23:12
A planning application has been approved by Westminster Council for the redevelopment of 14-16 Artillery Row which is situated in the central Victoria region of London.
The project involves the comprehensive refurbishment and extension of an existing 1980s office building to provide eight floors of private residential accommodation and ground floor retail space.
Make Architects worked with planning consultants Turley Associates on the project. Work is due to commence in the third quarter of 2013. BBS has been appointed Building Control on the scheme.
Updated: 2013-08-16 14:38:30 Added: 2013-08-16 14:38:30
BBS carried out the Building Control on this former windmill which has been sympathetically converted into 2 holiday flats by the current owner. The refurbishment and alterations include some very interesting solutions to the open stairwell in order to meet the Fire Regulations.
Updated: 2013-08-15 16:28:16 Added: 2013-08-15 16:28:16
The construction of a single storey rear extension and internal alterations.
Updated: 2013-08-15 12:46:26 Added: 2013-08-15 12:46:26
Part L Compliance
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