NESCOT Refurbishment, Surrey

Over the past decades the NESCOT Campus has suffered from lack of maintenance and extreme energy inefficiency. The college has been awarded some funding to enable their buildings to be partially refurbished and upgraded in order to make them more sustainable. Our plans will improve the look of the facades of the buildings whilst making some of them more energy efficient.

 

This external facelift will revitalise a tired and uninteresting jumble of buildings and tart to bring a visual consistency across the site. We have just received approval for this work from Epsom and Ewell Borough Council.

 

This first phase of refurbishment work will cause minimal disruption to local residents and the terms of the grant funding awarded mean that all work must be completed by September 2014. This first phase of work has been carefully considered in the context of the wider proposals for refurbishment and extension of academic space to ensure visual consistency.

 

The remaining refurbishment works to academic buildings are necessary to add many years of useful life to the Campus. These essential works can only commence if proposals for the College owned residential development site are approved, in doing so releasing the required funds.