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  • Shafton ALC
    building cost 11000000 Services cost 5400000 External works cost 3900000 Target BREEAM rating ansd score All are designed for very good with aspirations for excellent Gross floor area 13 671 m 2 Total area of site 11 2665 ha Area of teaching spaces 5645 m 2 Area of circulation 2349 m2 Area of storage 520 m 2 Percentage area of school grounds to be used by community 90 Percentage area

    Original URL path: http://www.barnsleylep.co.uk/BREEAM/Pages/ShaftonALC.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Springwell Community School
    fossil fuel consumption Biomass 249 1MWhr annum 70 65kWhr m² Predicted renewable energy generation 1 2MWhr annum 0 34kWhr m² Predicted water use 719m³ annum 9 46m³ pupil predicted water use to be provided by rainwater or grey water 423m³ annum 5 56m³ pupil A basic description of the project The new School will provide places for 77 students with Behavioral Social Emotional Deficit learning difficulties for students aged from 5 years through to 16 years old run by a staff amounting to some 50 in number Externally and internally the construction and finishes are designed to achieve very good BREEAM standards with excellent thermal acoustic and Eco friendly elements of structure being incorporated in the walls floors and ceiling construction A basic description of the building Biomass to provide about approximately 100 of the year round heating and hot water load Wind turbines located off site to provide approximately 10 of the energy use There is also some contribution from 1 5KW wind turbine on site Wind turbines are subject to planning permission Collecting rainwater for toilet flushing and site irrigation All thermal insulation values will be compliant with Building Regulations Part L and exceeded where possible see section 18 1 Future provision for under floor cooling will be allowed All sustainability features will be prominent legible and wherever safe and practicable accessible to students visitors and staff Environmental performance data will be linked to building management systems displayed in public areas and available online for detailed study The key innovative and low impact design features of the building Biomass to provide about approximately 100 of the year round heating and hot water load Wind turbines located off site to provide approximately 10 of the energy use There is also some contribution from 1 5KW wind turbine on site

    Original URL path: http://www.barnsleylep.co.uk/BREEAM/Pages/SpringwellCommunitySchool.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • The Dearne ALC
    cost 273 m 2 External works cost 219 m 2 Target BREEAM rating ansd score All are designed for very good with aspirations for excellent Gross floor area 11 800 m 2 Total area of site 13 06 ha Area of teaching spaces 6 334 m 2 Area of circulation 2 151m2 Area of storage 440 m 2 Percentage area of school grounds to be used by community 82 Percentage

    Original URL path: http://www.barnsleylep.co.uk/BREEAM/Pages/TheDearnALC.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Wombwell and Foulstone ALC
    Area of circulation 2 314m2 Area of storage 380m 2 Percentage area of school grounds to be used by community 22 Percentage area of school buildings to be used by community 42 Predicted electricity consumption 42 00 kWh m 2 Predicted fossil fuel consumption 11 16 kWh m 2 Predicted renewable energy generation N A Predicted water use 3 9m 3 person year predicted water use to be provided by

    Original URL path: http://www.barnsleylep.co.uk/BREEAM/Pages/WombwellandFoulstoneALC.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Annual charity golf day
    sunny September day at Silkstone Golf Club Barnsley 55 players from 18 partner organisation competed for prizes in aid of our charity the NSPCC 1st Team Winners D Millard SCS A Rippon SCS C Scott SCS M Lazenby LOR 2 nd Team Winners N Kempson TIS S Kempson TIS D Gregory TIS R Gregory TIS 3rdTeam Winners D Anderson C D Electrical D Haywood C D Electrical A McGee C

    Original URL path: http://www.barnsleylep.co.uk/News/Pages/Annualcharitygolfday.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Charity Golf Tournament Sept 2012
    for the Future News Charity Golf Tournament Sept 2012 Flythroughs Accessibility Privacy About us Contacts Image gallery Partners The programme BREEAM News Annual charity golf day Charity Golf Tournament Sept 2012 Charity Golf Tournament September 2012 We are holding our annual golf tournament on Friday 14th September 2012 at Silkstone Golf Club Barnsley All proceeds from this day will be donated to the NSPCC If you are interested in attending

    Original URL path: http://www.barnsleylep.co.uk/News/Pages/CharityGolfTournamentSept2012.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Site Map
    programme BREEAM Carlton Community College Darton ALC Greenacre Holy Trinity Horizon Community College Kirk Balk ALC Penistone Grammar ALC Shafton ALC Springwell Community School The Dearne ALC Wombwell and Foulstone ALC News Annual charity golf day Charity Golf Tournament Sept 2012 Site Map Flythroughs Carlton Community College Darton ALC Foulstone Wombwell ALC Greenacre Holy Trinity Horizon Community College Kirk Balk ALC Penistone Grammar ALC Shafton ALC Springwell The Dearne ALC

    Original URL path: http://www.barnsleylep.co.uk/Pages/SiteMap.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Flythroughs
    Barnsley Building Schools for the Future Flythroughs Carlton Community College Darton ALC Foulstone Wombwell ALC Greenacre Holy Trinity Horizon Community College Kirk Balk ALC Penistone Grammar ALC Shafton ALC Springwell The Dearne ALC To view individual flythroughs please select from

    Original URL path: http://www.barnsleylep.co.uk/FLYTHROUGHS/Pages/Flythrough_home.aspx (2016-02-15)
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