A solid wall insulation scheme delivered by Sustainable Building Services (UK) Ltd has been cited as an example of industry best practice in a major government report called 'Each Home Counts'.
Sustainable Building Services (UK) Limited has secured a place on a new energy efficiency works framework, which will operate across the whole of Wales until 2020. Managed by Valueworks and Flintshire County Council, the £200m framework agreement covers seven Welsh regions and seven work-streams.
Sustainable Building Services (UK) Ltd recently submitted nominations for Efficiency East Midlands' 'Building Communities Awards' for 2017.
On 16th December, SBS received confirmation that it has been shortlisted for three separate award categories, as follows:
Welsh housing association, Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd (CCG) recently appointed SBS to carry out a series of refurbishment and energy efficiency works to occupied properties in Gwynedd. This represents the first phase, with further works possible.
The scheme, which is expected to run until March 2017, focuses on 19 semi-detached properties and 12 flats in 3-storey blocks in Dolfur. Both property types will be occupied throughout, and residents include a mix of leaseholders and homeowners.
Denbighshire County Council has appointed SBS to carry out a £1.3 million scheme involving the refurbishment of 92 occupied properties in Corwen, Ruthin and Rhyl.
The scheme was directly procured by the council and is scheduled to run until February 2017. The work will entail roof repairs and applying new render. It will also require the extension and shrouding of power cables and phone lines to the various properties.