Sawyers Arms – Code Level 4 Certification

Syntec Projects  latest residential scheme at the former Sawyers Arms, 25 Ashford Road, located within Feltham, London is now complete and has achieved a very high Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 rating.

The design and construction team have worked hard to create a brilliant scheme, comprising houses and apartments. The development is constructed out of an innovative ICF build system and has achieved excellent air pressure test results and thermal performance.

We have been working with Syntec Projects Limited on this project for several years, since concept design and provided continued support throughout the planning stages and development progression of the project. We have successfully provided a package of services including:

  • Support and advise through the planning phase – review of the sustainability and energy performance of the development to support the planning application;
  • SAP calculations to inform the building specification, prove a significant improvement over Building Regulations Part L and we also provided the Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) upon completion; and,
  • Code for Sustainable Homes assessment and certification.

Syntec Projects have a conscientious design team and are a pleasure to work with. This project is a prime example of where Syntec have pushed the boundaries and provided a scheme which not only exceeds the London Borough of Hounslow energy efficiency targets but has also exceeded the holistic sustainability performance of the scheme through achieving a high Code Level 4 rating for the development’ Stacey Downes – Senior Sustainability Consultant

It has been a pleasure to work with Syntec Projects Limited on this project, we look forward assisting Syntec Projects Limited with any forthcoming developments.

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