In Practice

Building with Nature

Building with Nature is the UK’s first benchmark for Green Infrastructure, providing a framework for the delivery of high-quality spaces which consider health and wellbeing, sustainable water management, ecology and biodiversity.

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Land South of Charfield

CEG

The Commercial Estates Group (CEG) is proposing a new community to the south west of Charfield in Gloucestershire. The proposals will deliver new community facilities alongside homes and a mix of parks, play areas and green spaces.

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BREEAM In Use Portfolio Management

Octopus

Envision benchmarked 40 care home buildings using BREEAM In Use (BIU) on behalf of Octopus Real Estate. The analysis and formal certification has helped Octopus to understand the sustainability performance of its care home portfolio and has supported ESG disclosure to investors regarding the fund’s assets.

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Circular Economy Statements

A circular economy is one in which we keep resources in use for as long as possible, extract the maximum value from them whilst in use, then recover and regenerate products and materials at the end of each service life.

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Delivering BREEAM Excellent in listed building refurbishment

Private Client

Envision has been supporting a private client with the sustainable refurbishment of their grade 2* listed building in St James’s, London.

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Embedding Circularity in Refurbishment Projects

Federated Hermes

In order to meet our net zero commitments, substantial and co-ordinated efforts are needed to retrofit existing buildings. The time for action to decarbonise the existing and future global building stock is now. For investors, this means re-evaluating all real estate investment under an energy-efficiency and carbon reduction lens.

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Supporting London’s Construction and Demolition Industry

Quattro

Envision supported Quattro with the planning applications for the construction of a waste recycling facility for London’s construction and demolition waste arisings and a separate concrete batching plant. The facility, which can support London to manage its growing levels of materials from construction supports a circular economy.

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Overheating risk in ‘common areas’ of buildings

Managing overheating risk within residential properties is an important aspect of sustainable building design.  Whilst most efforts focus on thermal comfort levels within dwellings, the assessment and design of un-occupied common areas is an important aspect which is often overlooked.  

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