New Build Non Domestic Energy Assessment to Part L

Specialist Building Surveys - Specialist Building Surveys - new build non-domestic energy assessmentNever assume that new build non-domestic energy assessment compliance happens by accident – in fact it is not always easy to get a design to pass at all.

That’s why you need the help of a Chartered Building Engineer.

We work with architects and architectural technicians to help design compliance into projects at a very early stage.


This Company was originally set up as a building surveying and building engineering practice but as time has moved on we have emerged as a leading UK new build energy assessment consultancy practice for commercial/industrial buildings.

We like to be involved at concept stage to ensure that the proposed new build non-domestic energy assessment design will actually ‘work’ in carbon emission terms. While this has been desirable in the past, it is now essential as calculations need to be submitted – for each individual building – to building control at application stage. The building control body then liaise with us to ensure compliance. Compliance is the minimum standard required under the Building Regulations.

That is not to say we have forgotten all our building surveying and engineering skills built up over the last 25 years or so. We still use that knowledge and expertise to assist our professional clients in achieving compliance with the Building Regulations – and often going that step further to reduce on-going running cost – by design. We understand how buildings work!

Projects need to start with the Part L energy assessment

We become involved with new build non-domestic energy assessment projects at concept stage. It is no longer be possible to just keep your fingers crossed and hope that a new building will meet the requirements when it’s finished.

We also advise where the design is a little more adventurous. We love a challenge! Our wide ranging skills effectively produce viable and economical solutions.

Simply click on a tab at the top of the page to discover how we can help.