Grand Union Studios W10
The Shipping Building, Hayes
Eaton Square SW1
Association of Project Management Annual Awards
ISO 9001 accreditation retained
Mothercare, Monks Cross
Exciting times ahead!
2110 Consult sponsor a football team
Require a sensible and pragmatic QS / Cost Control Service?
2110 Consult retains ISO 9001:2015 Certification for another 12 months
Practical Completion at Beck Retail Park, Wakefield
New London office at Holland House – Gherkin Piazza EC3A 5AW
Low Carbon Workplace in Shoreditch, London EC2 makes the Grade
Major Refurbishment planned for Monks Cross Shopping Park, York
2110 Consult negotiates Party Wall Award for Modernisation of Mabel Crout Court, London
2110 Consult Manage Party Wall Award for Pimlico Plumbers’ London HQ
2110 Consult is recognised in Constructing Excellence Regional Awards 2016
2110 Consult is assessed against ISO 9001:2015 Quality Standard
2110 Consult Survey Properties for Growing ‘Co-living’ Group, Lyvly
146 New Apartments on Silbury Boulevard, Milton Keynes
Energy Act Fuels Heated Discussions between Landlords and Tenants
New Residential House Extension, St Albans
Former Hospital Chapel, St Albans Benefits from Reinstatement Cost Assessment
Are your Foundation Designs on the Right Footing? (Case Law Clarifies Design Requirements for Basement Foundations)
Will Alsop Acknowledges 2110 Consult’s Project Management of Great Northern, Manchester
New Format Out of Town Primark Store in Birmingham
2110 Consult Survey Famous Daily Express Building, Manchester
65 Properties Surveyed in One Month for St Mungo’s
Building Survey of 87,700 sq. ft. Priory Point Warehouse, Bedford
Two Houses in Childs Hill, London NW3
Reconstruction costs: Be sure you’re insured!
Do you need a Party Wall Surveyor?
Is your air conditioning still legal?
Another Step Towards Zero Carbon
Energy Performance Certificate Update
Health & Safety First
Space Invaders Article Featured in the May Edition of RICS Building Surveying Journal
The Energy Performance of Buildings (England and Wales) Regulations 2012 came into force on 9 January 2013, consolidating existing regulations, introducing new duties and removing other duties that were deemed unnecessary. Regulations covering when an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) needs to be provided on construction, sale or letting of a building have been in place since 2007, however, the latest Regulations not only consolidate existing legislation but also introduce revised requirements, in relation to timescales for commissioning of certificates, commercial advertisements and displaying certificates in public buildings over 500m2. The requirement for Display Energy Certificates (DEC) in public buildings to show the operational efficiency of the building over a 12 month period was also tightened in the 2013 Regulations and is now required in public buildings over 500m2.
Further changes are afoot, from 9th July 2015, the requirement for a DEC will extend to buildings occupied by public authorities and frequently visited by the public with a total useful floor area of over 250m2; and
From April 2018 it will be unlawful to lease a residential or business premise that does not achieve a minimum energy efficiency standard (EPC rating E). Whilst exact details of these proposals will be dealt with by secondary legislation, they highlight the potentially serious consequences for landlords if properties have an ‘F’ or ‘G’ rating, as they could potentially become unmarketable.
We are working hard to keep our clients up to date with the latest changes in advance so these can be implemented as and when they are required. If you would like to discuss the latest changes to Part L further please contact us.