Building and property services firm Focus Consultants has
extended its geographical reach with two new energy carbon sustainability appointments
in the north of Lincolnshire.
The Boston office of Focus has secured contracts to assess
and check the environmental credentials of two Scunthorpe residential
developments, currently under construction.
Scunthorpe-based TG Sowerby Developments Ltd has appointed
Focus as the Code for Sustainable Homes assessor on a scheme of 20 affordable
houses and bungalows being built for Guinness Northern Counties in Morecambe
Avenue, and on a project to create eight flats for North Lincolnshire Homes in
Haig Avenue.
The Haig Avenue development is designed for people with
learning difficulties and is a partnership between NLH, the Homes and
Communities Agency and North Lincolnshire Council.
As well as acting as assessor for the Code for Sustainable
Homes rating, which is an environmental assessment method for rating and
certifying the performance of new homes, Focus experts have also been appointed
to issue the Energy Performance Certificates and undertake the Standard
Assessment Procedures for the two schemes.
“Energy carbon sustainability is one of our key services,
and we are very pleased to have extended our reach further north in the county
with these two recent appointments from TG Sowerby Developments Ltd,” said senior building surveyor Darren
Booker, who is based in Focus’ Boston office in Endeavour Park.
As well as offices in Endeavour Park, Boston, and Manor
Farm, Aubourn near Lincoln, Focus has branches in Nottingham, Leicester and
London. It provides a range of consultancy services to the construction
industry, including construction and property services, project and programme
management, energy carbon sustainability support and economic development and
funding advice.
For more information visit
Press release issued by Louise Duffield, Perfect 10 PR, on
behalf of Focus Consultants