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Post Occupancy Evaluation

Envision sees growing interest in Post Occupancy Evaluation

Envision has recently been instructed on a number of Post Occupancy Evaluations and Building Energy Audits. This article describes our capabilities by giving reference to a recently completed review we undertook for Costco.

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Envision Helping Crest Nicholson to Minimise Waste

Envision has been working with Crest Nicholson on some of their recent residential development proposals, helping them to address local planning policies requirements on minimising waste during both the construction and future occupation of the dwellings.

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NMAG – Northampton Museum and Art Gallery

Envision, working in conjunction with Blueprint BSS, completed the design for the refurbishment and extension of Northampton Museum and Art Gallery.

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Stanford Le Hope Train Station

Working as part Temple’s Development Planning Team, Envision has been assisting Thurrock Council and their appointed contractors Morgan Sindall with the initial BREEAM assessment for the upgrade of Stanford le Hope train station. 

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Envision is attending Total Housing 2018

Simon Rainsford and Charlotte Brewin from Envision will be attending the Brighton Housing Conference – Total Housing on 7th and 8th March 2018.

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BREEAM update 2018

BREEAM 2018 is Coming…

The BREEAM New Construction 2018 scheme will replace the current BREEAM standards from March this year.  There is still time to apply the old standards. Take action now!!

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Red Lion Road

Envision was appointed by Cornerstone Homes to provide sustainability and energy assessments for their latest development proposal in Surbiton.

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MEES – Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard Regulations

From 1st April 2018, the new legal standard for minimum energy efficiency (MEES) will come in force, applying to rented commercial and domestic properties.  The new law makes it unlawful to let properties with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of ‘F’ or ‘G’ (the lowest two current ratings), thereby creating a new minimum standard of E, and aiming to improve the energy efficiency of the most inefficient properties.

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