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Sustainability and Compliance Solutions

Our team of engineers deliver sustainability and compliance solutions for developments in the commercial and residential sectors. We help organisations to maximise the environmental, social and governance (ESG) value of their buildings with a sustainability strategy that can be measured and improved over time.

A Sustainability and Energy Statement is a detailed calculation report submitted with Planning Application that… Read More

BREEAM is a sustainability assessment method for master planning projects, infrastructure and buildings. Read more

ESG strategies to support organisations fulfil their purpose-driven decision making combining data with rigorous assessments… Read more




We are experts on designing, transforming and managing Sustainables Buildings. Our services include:

  • Sustainable consulting
  • Fitwel
  • Home quality mark

We help charities measure and improve their sustainability strategy, including applying for funding and support on:

  • Eco-Audit
  • Sustainable consulting
  • Energy community groups
  • Management systems

We provide a range of integrated services that support planning applications and building regulations, including:

  • Energy calculation and statements
  • Sustainability statement
  • Noise Impact assessment
  • Air quality assessment
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Please email us on info@sustainquality.co.uk or call on 01372 438039

Case studies

Sustainability and Energy Statement for a Commercial development
Energy Statement for a roof top development of new 12 new flats
BREEAM In-use to provide a healthy and sustainable workplace


Changing focus: Introducing the new BREEAM In-Use International – Version 6

By SEO | 4th June 2020 | 0 Comments

  BREEAM is the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for buildings, infrastructure and communities. It has recently announced the launch … Read more

What Information Is Needed For A SAP Calculation?

By Thiago | 19th May 2020 | 0 Comments

Standard Assessment Procedure, or ‘SAP calculations’ as they are commonly referred, is the methodology used by the Government to assess … Read more

When Should a SAP Calculation Be Carried Out?

By Thiago | 4th May 2020 | 0 Comments

SAP calculations should be thought about carefully throughout the entire process of the built project to ensure that your property … Read more

Why is it time to adopt the Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) timeframe?

By Thiago | 20th April 2020 | 0 Comments

Recent events have brought about a significant change in the world; in the way we live, work and interact. Whilst … Read more

What’s Involved In A SAP Calculation?

By Thiago | 31st March 2020 | 0 Comments

When a client or their designer submits drawings, plans and specifications of the development to a SAP assessor, a desktop … Read more

EPCs and SAP Calculations

By Thiago | 31st March 2020 | 0 Comments

EPCs (Energy Performance Certificates) and SAPs (Standard Assessment Procedures) work in conjunction for all new residential properties. The EPC uses … Read more

Why Are SAP Calculations Important?

By Thiago | 19th March 2020 | 0 Comments

SAP calculations perform a vital role in the design of residential developments, conversions and some extensions in the UK and … Read more

What Are SAP Calculations?

By Thiago | 11th March 2020 | 0 Comments

SAP stands for Standard Assessment Procedure and is a measure of a building’s energy efficiency. Unlike an SBEM calculation, which … Read more

BREEAM NC 2018 – Engagement, Timeline and Cost Implications

By Thiago | 29th December 2019 | 0 Comments

Engagement Early engagement with the BREEAM UK New Construction (NC) scheme and appointment of a licensed Assessor is important to … Read more

Main Changes proposed to the Future Homes Standard

By Thiago | 7th October 2019 | 0 Comments

The UK government has published plans to update building regulations in the Future Home Standard Consultation. There is a consultation … Read more

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