Blewburton prepared a energy and sustainability reports as part of a planning application for 12 apartments and a new club building.
Blewburton prepared a sustainability statement for a paragraph 79 development in South Downs National Park.
Blewburton review the end of the Feed-in-Tariff and start of the Smart Export Guarantee
Blewburton helped Wokingham Borough Council to plan a two-storey sports and recreation centre with zero carbon emissions.
Blewburton modelled a representative sample of units in SAP and SBEM software to develop a picture of the 71-flat site’s performance. This allowed the design team to settle on a cost effective and efficient construction.
We are experienced at carrying out feasibility assessments and providing advice on low and zero carbon technologies and funding streams.
Blewburton Limited assisted Runneymede Council in meeting the Merton Rule requirements for 10% renewable technologies on this office development.
A traditional brickworks had a carbon-costly diesel-fired drying solution for the winter months. Blewburton Limited identified a system to allow the company to use nearby biomass to provide a cheaper and more carbon-efficient hot air solution instead.
Blewburton Limited completed a substantial piece of consultancy work for Wycombe District Council, providing an evidence base to inform the development of its planning policy, aimed at encouraging sustainable construction and the deployment of renewable and low carbon technologies.
Blewburton's approach to demonstrating compliance with planning conditions requiring a percent of energy generated by on-site renewable energy sources.