Lower Marsh Lane
Utility Source was engaged by a major developer to coordinate a diverse mix of utility activities at a distinguished development in Surbiton.
The project started with a high voltage cable diversion which ran through the site and was preventing one of the blocks from being built. This needed significant interaction with the network owner including our price negotiation resulting in them swallowing the costs rather than charging the developer. A number of old gas and electric services were then disconnected to ensure that site could operate safety.
Our main input continued with the installation of mains and services to feed 20 flats, 19 houses and a new co-op store.
An additional supply was also installed to feed a commercial car charging point helping the client to comply with their environmental commitments.
Finally, using our agreements with domestic gas and electric suppliers we arranged for the meters to be installed to each property.
There is no better feedback than the silent submission of repeat business and Utility Source has since been engaged by the client to act as their utilities consultant on three additional student accommodation schemes.
- Dean Pattison