We are one of 27 construction companies and 1,625 independent people to be collaborating and providing pro-bono services to deliver the East Street Mews youth homeless project.

East Street Mews is a united project between local businesses, charities and experts to create vital housing that will transform the lives of young homeless people in Bristol. This is an initiative that will create 11 contemporary apartments to provide much-needed affordable housing for young people.

We are working with lead contractor Willmott Dixon and partners to restore and repurpose the derelict property on Bedminster Parade that has been empty for many years, to provide new low-rent apartments. Construction is well underway, and we have currently provided just over 16 hours of Building Control services working with the architects, contractors, and another group company Cook Brown Energy.

Cook Brown Energy are also providing pro bono Energy Consultancy Services to the project, ensuring that the build is environmentally friendly and sustainable for the future, overall working towards achieving Compliance with the Building Regulations.

“This is a local project for Cook Brown HQ and one which we are very proud to be involved with. We are working alongside a great construction and design team who we have collaborated with many times before on other projects.”

Regional Surveying Manager, John Lynch

We are an Approved Inspector operating throughout England and Wales. We provide Building Control Services and advice to ensure that our clients’ projects meet compliance with the Building Regulations. To speak to us about compliance for your construction development, please contact us on  01275 848228 or visit www.cookbrown.co.uk.