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East Wick & Sweetwater

East Wick & Sweetwater Joint Venture

Following on from extensive work on the London 2012 Olympic Park and Legacy transformation of key venues, KLH Sustainability provides comprehensive sustainability support for two new sustainable neighbourhoods on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park: East Wick and Sweetwater. KLH has been engaged since the bid stage to ensure the development meets the London Legacy Development Corporation’s challenging sustainability objectives – including BREEAM Excellent and Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4+ – and advise on how the project can achieve “zero carbon” homes status. By working closely with the project team to incorporate energy, water and material efficiency into design, KLH is playing an active role in ensuring the environmental legacy of London 2012 extends beyond the Games.

 

Awards

- London Construction Awards 2016 - Sustainable Construction Award

 

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East Wick and Sweetwater

 


Client

East Wick & Sweetwater Joint Venture (Balfour Beatty Investments and Places for People)

 

Size

1,500 new residential units, with community facilities and amenities

Architects

Sheppard Robson, Studio Egret West, Piercy & Company, A-Studio, Alison Brookes Architects, Shedkm and Fabrik

 

Engineers

Buro Happold, Aecom

 

Time frame

2015- Ongoing