Value: £3.8m (Construction Cost)
Client: Waites Limited
Anderson Green Role:
- Energy Performance Certificates
- Thermal Modelling
The conversion of the former Sneinton market to office spaces includes 49 individually assessed units.
Originally built in 1938 (with additional buildings in 1957), the regeneration project has received funding from both Nottingham City Council and the European Regional Development Fund. It covers a total of over 3760m2 of former retail spaces, spread across 4 single storey buildings.
Anderson Green was responsible for the thermal modelling of the buildings and to assess the energy performance of the individual units. The energy loads and carbon intensity of each unit was calculated and all 49 were issued with energy performance certificates (EPC).
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Councillor Nick McDonald of Nottingham City Council commented:
“As a key location in our flagship Creative Quarter and part of the gateway into the city, the development is very much part of a far-sighted commitment to the city’s future prosperity. We’re really pleased to see development well underway and we look forward to our citizens getting to know the revamped area”
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