Crystal Palace Chairman Steve Parish has unveiled ambitious plans to redevelop Selhurst Park, creating a new Crystal Palace for a new era. The project, which is expected to cost between £75-£100m, will increase the capacity at Selhurst Park from 26,000 to more than 34,000, overhauling a stadium which has been the club’s home since 1924. It will transform the match-day experience for supporters and provide new facilities for … more

Achieving BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ with a Post Construction score of 87.69%, Tolworth Premier Inn is now the second highest BREEAM certified hotel, following Greengage’s earlier success with St Martin’s Lane hub by Premier Inn Hotel. To reach this score, consideration had to be given to every aspect of sustainable design from the early design stage. Greengage acted as sustainability consultants and BREEAM assessors, from pre-planning through to post construction. … more

Mat 01- Environmental impacts from construction products – Building life cycle assessment Proposed Changes This credit replaces the BREEAM 2014 ‘Mat 01- Life Cycle impacts’ credit. It has been entirely restructured and now requires a whole building evaluation through a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to award any credits. There are now up to seven credits and three exemplary credits available for this issue. A modular structure has been … more

We are proud and extremely pleased to announce that 9 Greyfriars Road in Reading has been shortlisted for the ‘Sustainability Project of the Year’ at the 2017 Building Awards, a scheme that Greengage were the BREEAM Assessors, BREEAM AP and Sustainability Consultant for. The scheme at 9 Greyfriars Road involved the full refurbishment of a 1980s building in Reading town centre including a new full height glazing system … more

The BRE have recently announced that as of 1st July 2017, there will be a change to the structure and uplift in the fees for BREEAM New Construction scheme. For most BREEAM schemes, project registration fees will rise to £250 (from £195). The most significant change however, will be to certification fees for New Construction schemes, which will now be based on the project area rather than a flat … more

A mixed-use redevelopment is set to transform Swansea city centre to include significant retail provision and also a cinema, hotel, arena, student accommodation and new University facilities. A site of this complexity brings with it significant challenges in delivering a sustainable scheme that is not only environmentally sensitive but also that maximises opportunities to benefit the local and wider community. Greengage are working with Rivington Land to develop … more