Mixed Residential Project in Shifnal

Mixed Residential Project in Shifnal

Redrow Homes appointed EAU to design and build the entire infrastructure solution for the development. 

Programme

Redrow Homes had planning permission to build 115 properties on a mixed residential development at Aston Road, Shifnal. This included associated highway works, the formation of open space, boundary treatments and drainage infrastructure.

Redrow Homes appointed Energy Assets Utilities (EAU) to design and build the entire infrastructure solution for the development. This involved a load of 250kVA and installation of both gas and electricity infrastructures, as well as liaising with the IDNO, ESP Electricity.

Our Solution

EAU not only delivered to these requirements but also came up with a solution which gave Redrow Homes some valuable additional benefits. For instance by establishing an LV connection, the show homes could be connected first – a key benefit for the developer who was keen to begin selling the properties as soon as possible. In addition to this, EAU negotiated with the DNO, WPD, to divert a pole mounted transformer, reducing the cost of this part of the project by 50%.


A proven track record

Design and build the entire infrastructure solution for 115 properties.

Reduced part of the project cost by 50%.

250kVA and installation of both gas and electricity infrastructures.


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