Paul Joyner: Travis Perkins Group is changing the game in the sustainable sector.

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Published:  17 September, 2012

NORTHAMPTON: Travis Perkins has moved into the energy and environmental consultancy market signing a contract with City West Housing Trust.

Sustainable Building Solutions, part of the Travis Perkins Group, and its partner Compliance, have been appointed by City West Housing Trust to provide energy and environmental consultancy services on their new Amblecotes development.

City West Housing Trust who own and manage 15 000 homes in West Salford is embarking on a development programme with plans to build 50 dwellings at Amblecotes. They are to be built to the highest environmental and energy efficiency standards and Compliance will be undertaking the SAP energy calculations and the Code for Sustainable Homes Assessment.

Paul Joyner, director, Sustainable Building Solutions , said: “The Travis Perkins Group is changing the game in the sustainable sector, providing fully integrated solutions for our customers that encompass technical services, training and even fully thermally-modelled architectural drawings for both retrofit and newbuild. We have developed a strong relationship with the City West Housing Trust and are really pleased to be providing these new SAP Testing and Code Assessment services.”

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