Our LCA tool, Sturgis Carbon Calculator, has been approved by BRE for use with BREEAM 2018 (see details here). It can be used to carry out an options appraisal during both concept and technical design stages.
If you would like to know more about life cycle assessments and what they mean for your project, get in touch with us;
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7613 2500
126 Pavilion Road has been shortlisted in the ‘Homes’ category in the New London Awards 2018.
It is the first EnerPHit project built for Cadogan Estates, dispelling the misconception that energy efficiency in its highest form is only achievable in new-build properties.
Built in the 1870s, this stable house is one of the oldest homes in the UK to comply with the EnerPHit standard and be certified as BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ at practical completion whilst preserving much of its original fabric.
More details about the project can be found here.
The winners will be announced at the NLA Annual Lunch 2018, taking place on Wednesday 4th July at the Guildhall. More details here.
Simon Sturgis, Managing Director of SCP, will be chairing and speaking about buildings, whole-life carbon and resource efficiency at the Sustainable Estates Forum on 21st and 22nd June.
To book a place and found out more details click here.
Date: 21st and 22nd June 2018
Location: Heythrop Park Resort, Oxfordshire
Better Building Partnership have published an industry insight report, co-written by SCP, focused on the effect of Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) on Heritage properties.
The report has been developed to support owners of heritage properties in meeting compliance requirements of MEES, whilst simultaneously recognising the special requirements of heritage properties. To read more click here.
Waugh Thistleton Architects are hosting a discussion on the ‘Zero Carbon Myth’ for Green Sky Thinking 2018 on 17th May. Simon Sturgis will be moderating the debate and panelists will include Natalia Ford of UKGBC and Sarah Halpin from Ramboll.
‘Year on year, the requirements to limit energy use, and therefore to limit carbon emissions, have been tightened. The Mayor now includes a ‘zero carbon’ requirement in the London Plan but, what does zero carbon actually mean?’
More details can be found here.