'The Bloom', White City, London

Sitting on the site of the former Janet Adegote leisure centre in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, the White City mixed-use development includes residential flats and a collaborative Healthcare Centre. We were appointed to provide sustainability, structural and civil consultancy services. Price & Myers Sustainability were appointed by Galliford Try to carry out the BREEAM assessment for the Healthcare Centre, which was certified ‘Excellent’, and the Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH) on the 170 flats within the development, which achieved Level 4. We worked closely with the contractor to help facilitate the assessment process and guide them through to completion. The new centre offers health, social care and children’s services, and has evolved following a long period of consultation with the local community. The development makes use of a centralised CHP plant and a 13.3kW solar PV array on the development roof. The development has been designed to achieve a 43% saving of CO2 emissions through the specification of a high performing building fabric and energy efficient equipment. Along with energy efficiency, CSH and BREEAM targets were met by incorporating low energy lighting and intelligent lighting controls, water efficient fittings, a SUDS system and rainwater collection, responsibly sourced materials and sustainable management of site works.

Client
Galliford Try

Architect
Penoyre & Prasad

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