Projects | Housing
Project: The Trees, Frome
Client: JCDC Developments
We were appointed by JCDC Developments to provide Design & As Built SAP Assessments, EPC Lodgement, U-Value Calculations, Part G Water Calculations and Condensation Risk Analysis on this uniquely designed dwelling in the quaint market town of Frome in Somerset. This distinctive property is constructed from reclaimed stone, zinc and rustic timber and achieved an A grade EPC.
Project: Philip Street, Bristol
Client: Taus Larsen Architecture
The build formed part of the Somewhere Housing Co-op’s Low Carbon Homes development at Philips Street, with three new homes which were carefully designed to be extremely low energy operated and as energy efficient as possible.
Taus Larsen was crowned the first winner of the Cook Brown Energy Ltd Design Innovation Award at the official opening of the project in June 2019.
Project: Sandpipers, Dittisham, Dartmouth
Client: Alan Lewis
We provided Energy Consultancy for the construction of an independent three bed home in Dittisham, Dartmouth. We were approached by our client due to the previous SAP Assessor failing the building and improvements that were needed to achieve compliance on their newly built three bed dwelling.
We conducted a review of the previous Assessment and found key pieces of information had been defaulted or left out. Our Assessment, once air tested, achieved an A rated building.
Project: Roseberry Avenue, Bristol
Client: Barefoot Architects
We were appointed to this project, Courtyard dwelling in St Werburghs, Bristol, on behalf of our client Barefoot Architects, to provide Energy and Sustainability Statements to meet Bristol City Council’s Planning Policies. The project was subsequently granted permission and we were appointed to undertake the SAP Assessments for the construction phase. Cook Brown Building Control were also the Approved Inspector for the project and provided a full range of Building Control services.
This project featured in the Architects Journal, who completed a Building Study on the completed project which consisted of a contemporary, cor-ten clad, highly insulated timber frame home inserted within an existing brick boundary wall.
Project: The Tramshed, Beehive Yard, Bath
Client: Neptune HQ
The Grade II listed Tramshed, which dates to 1903, was converted into six Apartments and includes a 1,380 sq. ft. Penthouse with three private balconies, offering views in all directions.
We were appointed by Neptune HQ to provide SAP Assessments to ensure that the Energy and Environmental performance of the building met Building Regulations and Cook Brown Building Control were appointed as the Approved Inspector to provide Building Control services.
Project: Hansom Hall, Bristol
Client: The PG Group
The former Empire Sports Club has undergone major restoration works and renovated to create Hansom Hall, compromising of a range of nineteen apartments and three houses, all blending modern living with a Victorian style finish. Bristol based property developer, The PG Group, appointed us to provide SAP Assessments and EPC’s for all the units on-site. Due to the listed nature of the building, our Energy Consultant provided Guidance on the thermal elements and sustainability of the development.
Project: Leicester Street, Bristol
Client: Developments Bristol
We provided Energy Consultancy for our client, Developments Bristol; during the design phase of a four-storey development of twenty six apartments.
We provided the Energy and Sustainability Statements to enable the project to progress throughout the planning stage.
Project: Hollies End, London
Client: IDA Projects Ltd
The project consisted of demolishing the existing bungalow to make way for the build of two high quality designed detached Houses at Hollies End, London.
IDA Projects Ltd appointed us to conduct Energy and Environmental SAP Assessments to ensure that the build was sustainable and energy efficient. Cook Brown Building Control were also appointed to provide Building Control services to champion compliance, as the Approved Inspector.
Project: Bristol Heights, Bristol Road Lower, Weston-Super-Mare
Client: Longmuir Homes
Located on a well thought of hillside location of Weston-Super-Mare, this project involved the conversion of the existing period property into 9 stunning apartments. The building benefits from a rear South-West view across the coastline, off-street parking and luxury finish.