Planning Consultancy

We are a leading independent energy and sustainability consultancy highly experienced in supporting the delivery of low-carbon, energy efficient developments across a variety of sectors of the construction industry.

Whether a project is at early concept stage or progressing through planning, we have the experience of working closely with design teams to ensure proposals are suitably designed with energy efficiency in mind, delivering significant value to our clients from the outset.

We operate at the forefront of energy and sustainability design and hold a strong track record of delivering cost-effective, sustainable solutions for developments of varying size and complexity.

From performing thermal comfort and daylight analysis studies to producing energy statements in support of planning applications, we have the in-house expertise of supporting developments from concept through to construction and completion, ensuring our clients have a single point of reference for energy and sustainability matters throughout the lifecycle of the development.

Our key services include:

Energy Statements
Energy Design Analysis
LZCGT Studies
Thermal Comfort Studies
Daylight Analysis
Heating and Cooling Load Studies
Thermal Bridging Analysis
Sustainability Assessments
Building Regulation Compliance
Energy Performance Certificates

Our aim is to deliver significant value on all projects by adopting a flexible approach to producing sustainable, energy efficient designs that meet or even exceed the standards set by your local authority's Planning department.

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Collective Architecture are currently working with Carbon Futures on a number of large scale housing developments, having previously worked with the team on a variety of award winning projects.  Carbon Futures are an important part of the design team who successfully integrate sustainable energy strategies into our proposals.  They approach each new project collaboratively, with a strong interest in working with us to realise an holistic design approach. We would not hesitate to recommend them.

Collective Architecture

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