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2008 News and Updates

Another Hotel Development for RSP - July 2008

The practice continues to build its portfolio of hotel clients; the latest being ‘Du Vin' chain for the Malmaison Group.  This hotel is located in St Andrews and is an extension and conversion of the Golf Hotel which overlooks the famous links.

We are delighted to be associated with the ‘Du Vin' brand and hope to continue providing our high quality service in future projects as the chain increases its presence throughout the UK.
 

Other hotel projects the practice has secured this year include the Apex hotel, Serjeants Inn, London and the Park Inn hotel for Raddison at Haddington Place, Edinburgh.

RSP's new Energy Assessors - April 2008

RSP are pleased to announce that we now have 3 approved and registered Energy Assessors who can produce Energy Performance Certificates (EPC's) for existing buildings in Scotland.  Additionally Associate Alan Affleck recently passed his Low Carbon Consultants exam and will become our first Energy Assessor to produce EPC's for England and Wales

From the 4th of January 2009 EPC's will be required in Scotland on sale or rental of any building over 50 m² and for display in all public buildings over 1000 m².  They will also be required on construction, sale or rental of all homes from winter 2008.  Similar regulations are currently being introduced in England and Wales.

RSP now have 3 fully approved and registered Energy Assessors and are in the process of increasing this number to include energy assessors for new and existing buildings in the rest of the UK and for air conditioning assessments.

Apex Hotels, Serjeants Inn - April 2008

RSP are pleased to announce the commission for Apex Hotels latest London hotel.

Serjeants Inn, located just off Fleet St, will involve the conversion of an existing 1950's office block into a 175 bedroom 4 star + hotel incorporating meeting and leisure facilities.

Serjeants Inn will supplement RSP's current Apex Hotel London projects at Copthall Avenue and Hart St.

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