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Lampton Road – Phase 2

                                                              

                                                              

Project Description:

Lampton Road

(phase 2.1)

Project Principals and Objectives:

 

 

In line with the London Plan Be Lean, Be Clean, Be Green hierarchy, the Phase 2 RMA proposals incorporate numerous passive and active design measures.

The proposals are oriented to optimise energy efficiency, such as by avoiding excessive openings on north and south openings. In addition, a more efficient building envelope has been achieved compared to Phase 1, largely through the use of high-performance wall and pipework insulation materials.

The combined effect of passive and active measures to increase building efficiency and reduce energy demand result in a reduction of carbon dioxide emissions by 10% below the baseline levels stipulated by Part L of the 2013 Building Regulations.

The Phase 2 RMA Proposals incorporate two CHP units, which aligns with London Plan Policy 5.9 and Local Plan Policy EQ1 encouraging the use of such measures. The effect of the two CHPs is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by more than 25% below the 2013 Building Regulation baseline target.

Through the use of passive and active design techniques to reduce energy demand, plus the inclusion of two CHPs, the proposals will achieve carbon dioxide emissions in excess of 35% below the 2013 Building Regulations baseline.
The Phase 2 RMA proposals therefore align fully with the Energy Assessment approved under the hybrid permission and Policy 5.2 of the London Plan.

A mix of Private, shared ownership and affordable housing to be provided by this scheme which in turn require different specifications and design solutions.

The clients have a strong desire to exceed the requirements for sustainability and energy reduction laid out by building regulations.

As this is the second phase of the development, there are already residential dwellings in close proximity to the site and this required an understanding of site restrictions including access, air quality and health and safety.

KPI’s

• Heating provision via an extended district heating network shall be provided through
controlled thermal transfer and pumping within Heat Sub Stations.
• Subsequently local heat transfer shall be provided by individual apartment indirect heat
interface units.

 

 

• For all apartments a wet LTHW heating system shall be installed which is fed from the
centralised heating system. An indirect twin plate heat interface unit (SAV Series 7) shall be
fitted within each dwelling, which in turn will provide heating via radiators and domestic
hot water to all outlets.

 

• The development shall be supplied from new substations to be established on site. The
substations shall be connected to the local DNO high voltage (HV) network. Low voltage
(LV) supplies to each building shall be derived from the substations for landlord and residential services accordingly. Each LV supply to be terminated within separate LV switchgear for landlords and residential services in each of the apartment buildings. All LV switchgear shall be installed within a landlords LV Switchroom and sub distributed from here to the landlords and residential services.

 

MEPS are providing M&E Stage 3 consultancy services for this regeneration project providing 775 residential units in Hounslow over 3 sub-pashes 2.1 to 2.3. And stage 4 design for the energy centre and DHN. Providing Mechanical and Electrical services within the development, and developing the design which includes the following:

 

  • Energy Centre Plant Design + DHN Distribution Design
  • Heating.
  • Domestic Hot Water Services
  • Ventilation Systems.
  • old Water Services.
  • Dry Risers
  • Sprinkler Systems.
  • Utility Services.
  • Lighting Power.
  • Small Power.
  • LV Power.
  • Earthing System Design
  • Fire Alarm System Design
  • Above Ground Drainage.

 

Project Details:

Contract Value: £50m

Categories: Mixed Residential

Client: Hill Partnerships Ltd

Project Start Date: October 11, 2021

 

01732 386815