“Jack, I’m extremely impressed, both with your enviable service as well as with you and your colleagues! Help and advice is always a phone call away. Looking forward to working with you on our next development.”
The amount of daylight entering a building and the impact that building has upon neighbouring properties is now taken into account as part of the planning application and measuring daylight efficiency is part of the requirement for both BREEAM and the Code for Sustainable Homes.
Through the use of certified modelling software, our assessors our able to:
Evaluate the proposed building in depth
Assess the impact upon neighbouring properties
Determine the impact of solar energy upon the building
Recommend effective balance between natural and artificial light
Identify optimum sizing and positioning of glazing within the building
Determine the maximum envelope area of the new development
In order to assist our customers in this area, ATSPACE provide you with the services of a fully certified assessor who will evaluate the daylight efficiency of your project and produce the necessary evidence and reports for your local planning authority – all of which are fully compliant with BRE (Building Research Establishment), as well as meeting the requirements for BREEAM and the Code for Sustainable Homes.
- Ellie Chapman
“We have worked with ATSPACE for over three years and have received excellent levels of service. The team is always available at the end of a phone for advice and recommendations and always demonstrate a can-do attitude.”Barry Watson
“ATSPACE helped us specify and then deliver a much more functional, responsive service quickly – on time and on budget! Congratulations ATSPACE and thank you.”Janice Brignell