Regional Building Control
Mixed Use

No project is too small or too big

Mixed Use

From concept to completion, our team of surveyors encourage a seamless integration into your design team for large and complex projects which allows other professions to concentrate on their core activities. 

  • Belgrade Plaza, Coventry

    RBC provided support and peace of mind for the team making them aware of design and build issues relating to the building regulations at all stages of the construction process.

  • Army & Navy, Parkways, Chelmsford

    RBC supported the design team every step of the way and provided an effective and efficient building control service.

Case Studies

  • Belgrade Plaza, Coventry

    RBC applied its expertise to this prestigious £20 million development.  Built to a height covering 15 floors, the building provides a new leisure, culture and entertainment quarter in Coventry's city centre.

  • New Hall Lane, Preston

    This mixed use site consists of 3 simultaneous phases. Phase 1 is a 1000 sqm leisure unit. Phase 2 is a 1000 sqm retail unit at ground floor with 40 two and three bedroom apartments on the first, second and third floors. Phase 3 is a four storey retail block of 42 two and three bedroom apartments.

    Howell Goodfellow, Pullman Associates
  • New York House, Leeds

    A mixed-use development adding to the general redevelopment of Leeds Headrow district consisting of ground floor retail and apartments on the upper four floors.

    Richard Boothroyd Associates, Atkins Design, Gleeds
  • Poplar Business Park, London

    A mixed use development consisting of 4 blocks of 24, 24, 12 and 6-storey towers.  The accommodation consists mainly of residential apartments with commercial use to the ground and part first floors. There is limited basement car parking that is designed to discourage the use of cars.

  • Newbury Parkway, Berkshire

    RBC worked with the Building Design Partnership headed by the Shearer Property Group and Standard Life Investments for a major mixed-use regeneration scheme of Newbury town centre.

  • Denmark Street, Altrincham

    The project comprises of a four-storey detached building combining mixed use areas of cinema auditoria and concourse, two restaurants and an office suite plus an underground car park.  The building control commission was to provide approval for the shell build with the internal fit out work approved separately.

    John Sisk & Sons Ltd
RICSConstruction Industry CouncilACAInqa 9001/14001/18001The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme

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