Beverley Extra Care Sheltered Housing, East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Awarded winner of the ‘Best Social or Affordable Housing Development’ at the Local Area Building Control North and East Yorkshire Building Excellence Awards 2015. It subsequently went on to be a Finalist in the Grand Finals Awards ‘Best Inclusive Building’ category.
Extra Care sheltered housing gives the opportunity for people to live independently, whilst being able to ‘age in place’. The extra care sheltered housing scheme comprises 40 two-bedroom apartments with added care and communal facilities.
Designed for people who have care and support needs, the sheltered housing includes associated communal facilities and infrastructure. The scheme adopted the design standards highlighted in “Lifetime Homes, Lifetime Neighbourhoods: a national strategy for housing in an ageing society” and the ten design principles set out in the “Housing our Ageing Population: Panel for Innovation” (HAPPI) Report 2009.
Mechanical Design for Performance and Budget
LEDA provided building services design from RIBA stage 3 to achieve high environmental standards and renewable energy targets that were integrated into the scheme, whilst keeping within scheme’s budget. The project achieved a BREEAM Very Good certification following our close working relationship with DLA Architects and the ERYC electrical design team.
The Mechanical design including boiler plant and auxiliaries, Building Energy Management Systems, HVAC system controls, calorifier plant, cold water services, pipework, hot water services, incoming gas, heating installations, thermal insulation all carefully specified to enable the high environmental standards and BREEAM to be met.
|Client:||East Riding of Yorkshire Council (Yorconsult Framework)|
|Services Provided:||M+E Design, Sustainability Consultancy, Feasibility studies for renewables, 3D Modelling,|
|Dates:||Feb 2013 – June 2015|
|Contract Value:||£6,750,000 Approximate Construction Value, NEC3 Design and Build|
|Technologies and Unique Features:||BREEAM, MVHR, Low Energy, Renewables|