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PROFESSIONAL STUDIES Incremental Assignments (1D7Z0804_1314_9Z1F) 2014


Cover: ŠEleni Economidou Studio 2013


Index 6 Elemental cost Analysis 10 Design and Access Statement and PLanning Permission Application

24 gantt chart

30 project manager

34 contract and Procurement

42 bUilding Regulations approval

50 hEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS

56 FEE CALCULATION


06 Elemental cost Analysis


ECO Architects Granby Row Greater Manchester M60 7LH Manchester Central Library Saint Peter’s Square M2 5PD Greater Manchester 23/01/2014 Dear Mr Brooks, Please find attached the elemental cost analysis for the above project, calculated according to the BCIS (Building Cost Information Service) elemental cost schedule. Cost planning is an integral part of the overall design process, as the decisions made at this stage will have an impact on the resulting building. Our aim is to provide a high quality investment, which will be sustainable in terms of running, maintenance and replacement costs. A quantity surveyor contributes in the project management through detailed cost control, ensuring that the budget is not exceeded. If a larger portion of the initial budget is needed to be spent on some element, a quantity surveyor will propose the appropriate adjustments to make savings in other parts of the project. The market conditions, along with the choice of contractor and procurement route will shape the future costs of the project and the approach under which good value will be achieved. The JCT contract enables you, the client to request from the contractor to prepare competitive quotes from sub-contructors and material providers. This procedure might prove cost saving at first, but it could also lead to supplementary costs subsequently. Since the material quality is of utmost importance for a historic listed building such as the Central Library of Manchester, material budget is an important factor. Consequently, a considerable part of the budget is allocated to the provision of appropriate materials. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any queries that you may have. With Regards, on behalf of ECO Archietcts,

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SUMMARY SUMMARY SUMMARY

ELEMENTAL COST ANALYSIS ELEMENTAL COST ANALYSIS Approx. GIA 250 Approx. GIA 250 ELEMENTAL COST ANALYSIS 2

Approx. GIA 250£ £ £ £ SUMMARY Approx. GIA 250 17,870 £ £ SUBSTRUCTURE 17,870 SUBSTRUCTURE SUPERSTRUCTURE £ £ SUPERSTRUCTURE frame 8817.50 17,870 SUBSTRUCTURE frame 8817.50 upper floors 9470.00 SUPERSTRUCTURE 17,870 SUBSTRUCTURE upper floors 9470.00 roof 38032.50 frame 8817.50 SUPERSTRUCTURE roof 38032.50 stairs 4687.50 upper floors 9470.00 frame 8817.50 stairs 4687.50 external walls 42055.00 roof 38032.50 upper floors 9470.00 external walls 42055.00 windows 24105.00 stairs and external doors 4687.50 roof walls 38032.50 windows andand external doors 24105.00 internal partitions 6682.50 external walls 42055.00 stairs 4687.50 walls and partitions 6682.50 internal doors 5000.00 windows and external doors 24105.00 internal doors 5000.00 external walls 42055.00138850.00 internal walls and partitions 6682.50 windows and external doors 24105.00138850.00 INTERNAL FINISHES internal doors 5000.00 internal walls and partitions 6682.50 INTERNAL FINISHES wall finishes 14567.50 internal doors 5000.00 138850.00 wall finishes 14567.50 floor finishes 7512.50 INTERNAL floor finishes 7512.50 138850.00 ceiling finishesFINISHES 7562.50 wall finishes 14567.50 ceiling finishes 7562.50 29,643 INTERNAL FINISHES floor finishes 7512.50 29,643 wall finishesAND FITTINGS 14567.50 17187.5 FURNITURE ceiling finishes 7562.50 FURNITURE AND FITTINGS floor finishes 7512.50 17187.5 SERVICES INSTALLATIONS 29,643 SERVICES INSTALLATIONS sanitary ceilingappliances finishes and 7562.50 17187.5 FURNITURE AND FITTINGS sanitary appliances disposal installationsand 5860.00 29,643 disposal installations SERVICES INSTALLATIONS mechanical installations 21482.50 17187.5 FURNITURE AND FITTINGS 5860.00 mechanical installations 21482.50 sanitaryinstallations appliances and electrical SERVICES INSTALLATIONS 18360.00 electrical installations 18360.00 disposal installations 5860.00 BWIC service installations 1562.50 sanitary appliances and BWIC service installations 1562.50 liftmechanical installations installations / 21482.50 disposal installations 5860.00 liftelectrical installations / installations 18360.00 47265.00 mechanical installations 21482.50 BWIC service installations 1562.50 47265.00 EXTERNAL WORKS AND DRAINAGE electrical installations 18360.00 EXTERNAL WORKS AND DRAINAGE lift works installations /17152.50 site BWIC service installations 1562.50 site works 17152.50 drainage 11327.50 47265.00 lift installations / drainage 11327.50 minor buildings 0.00 EXTERNAL WORKS AND DRAINAGE 47265.00 minor buildings 0.00 external services 3907.50 site works 17152.50 EXTERNAL WORKS AND DRAINAGE external services 3907.50 drainage 11327.50 32387.50 site works 17152.50 32387.50 0 DEMOLITIONS minor buildings& ALTERATIONS 0.00 drainage 11327.50 0 DEMOLITIONS & ALTERATIONS 283,203 external services 3907.50 minor buildings 0.00 283,203 32387.50 external services 3907.50 PRELIMINARIES COST 42,970 0 DEMOLITIONS & ALTERATIONS 32387.50 42,970 PRELIMINARIES COST 7812.5 CONTINGENCY ALLOWANCE 283,203 DEMOLITIONSALLOWANCE & ALTERATIONS 7812.5 0 CONTINGENCY 283,203

£/m 2 £/m

% of total % of total 2

£/m 71.48 71.48 2 £/m 35.27 71.48 35.27 37.88 71.48 37.88 152.13 35.27 152.13 18.75 37.88 35.27 18.75 168.22 152.13 37.88 168.22 96.42 18.75 152.13 96.42 26.73 168.22 18.75 26.73 20.00 96.42 20.00 168.22 555.40 26.73 96.42 555.40 20.00 26.73 58.27 555.40 20.00 58.27 30.05 30.05 555.40 30.25 58.27 30.25 118.57 30.05 118.57 68.75 58.27 30.25 68.75 30.05 118.57 30.25 68.75 23.44 118.57 23.44 85.93 68.75 85.93 73.44 73.44 23.44 6.25 6.25 85.93 23.44 189.06 73.44 85.93 189.066.25 73.44 68.61 6.25 68.61 45.31 189.06 45.31 0.00 189.06 0.00 15.63 68.61 15.63 215.92 45.31 68.61 215.92 0.000.00 45.31 0.00 1219.18 15.63 1219.180.00 215.92 15.63 171.880.00 215.92 171.88 31.25 1219.18 31.250.00 1219.18

5.35 % of total 5.35 % of total 2.48 5.35 2.48 2.66 5.35 2.662.48 10.70 10.70 1.32 2.66 1.32 2.48 11.83 10.70 11.83 6.78 2.66 1.32 6.7810.70 1.88 11.83 1.88 1.32 1.41 6.78 1.4111.83 39.05 1.88 39.05 6.78 1.41 4.10 1.88 39.05 4.10 1.41 2.11 2.1139.05 2.13 2.134.10 8.34 8.34 2.11 4.83 4.10 4.83 2.13 2.11 8.34 2.13 1.65 4.83 8.34 1.65 6.04 4.83 6.04 5.16 5.161.65 0.44 0.446.04 0.00 1.65 0.005.16 13.29 6.04 13.29 0.44 5.16 4.82 0.00 0.44 4.82 3.19 13.29 0.00 3.19 0.00 0.0013.29 1.10 4.82 1.10 15.18 3.19 4.82 15.18 0.00 0.00 3.19 0.00 1.10 86.04 86.04 0.00 15.18 1.10 12.87 0.00 15.18 12.87 2.34 86.04 Eleni Economidou | 2.34 0.00 86.04

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12 Design and Access Statement and PLanning Permission Application


MANCHESTER CENTRAL LIBRARY ST PETER SQUARE M2 5PD Jan14 (Issue 1) INTRODUCTION Manchester City Council is applying for planning permission for the erection of a glazed rectangular extension towards the southeastern entrance of the walkway between the Central Library and the Town Hall Extension. This Design and Access Statement has been prepared in accordance with the legal requirements to accompany the application. STATEMENT A. Background information and planning history A.1. Manchester Central Library was constructed between 1930-1934. It was listed as Grade II on 3rd October 1974 (list entry number No. 1270759). A.2. The building was constructed on a steel frame with reinforced concrete floors and is faced with Portland stone. The most prominent features are the main entrance with a big, two-storey portico with six columns, and the colonnade around the second and third floors. A.3. The surrounding area consists of a courtyard on the SE side and a walkway towards the North running between the Central Library and the Town Hall Extension. A.4. There are three relevant previous Planning Approvals for the property as detailed in the Listed Buildings Application form. 12 | Professional Studies Proposal


B. Design Considerations B.1. The design of the glazed rectangular extension takes into consideration the aesthetic attributes and historic values of both Central Library and City Hall Extension. B.2. The intention for the proposed structure is for a freestanding rectangular enclosed space that leaves the neighboring historic buildings intact. B.3. The height of the proposal will not exceed 6 m. B.4. Design and materiality will be in accordance to the current gateway extension. C. Use C.1. The vision is for a structure that will provide an enclosed exhibition space while providing sheltered spaces for protection from weather conditions. D. Layout, Scale & Appearance D.1. The glazed exhibition space will be approximately 25m long and 10m wide, following the curvilinear path as defined by the walkway. D.2. The height of the proposal will be considerate to the neighboring buildings and will not exceed 6 m. D.3. The appearance will be a contemporary transparent gesture respecting the historic context. D.4. Alterations to the landscaping will be kept to a minimum.

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E. Materials E.1. The structural system will consist of a steel frame and glass curtain walls. F. Access Vehicular and transport links: F.1. The building is adjacent to the St. Peter’s Square Metrolink Station and stands on an important street junction of Manchester City Centre. F.2. The neighboring Albert Square is daily served by a significant number of bus services. G. Impact Statement G.1. The proposed works to this property have been carefully considered to have a minimal impact on the existing buildings and their setting. G.2. The proposal will have minimal impact on neighboring properties. H. Justification Statement H.1. The proposed works will provide a major benefit to the long-term future of the walkway by providing shelter and re-energizing pedestrian flow in the area.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Plan of library walk showing the location of the glazed link and the suggested position

Birds eye view of walkway between the Central Library and the City Hall Extension. Eleni Economidou | 15


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ECO Architects Granby Row Greater Manchester M60 7LH

Manchester Central Library Saint Peter’s Square M2 5PD Greater Manchester 14/01/2014 Internal Use only: Planning Permission Dear Mr Brooks, I’m writing you to inform you about the stage of the current procedures. Please find attached the planning application of the Central Library’s extension. If in doubt, please do not hesitate to contact us at the e-mail or number provided. Kind Regards, on behalf of ECO Architeccts,

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26 Gantt Chart


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ECO Architects Granby Row Greater Manchester M60 7LH

Manchester Central Library Saint Peter’s Square M2 5PD Greater Manchester 25/01/2014 Internal Use only: Gantt Chart Dear Mr Brooks, I’m writing you to inform you about the stage of the current procedures. Please find attached the Gantt Chart schedule or the proposed project. If in doubt, please do not hesitate to contact us at the e-mail or number provided. Kind Regards, on behalf of ECO Architeccts,

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Project Schedule

RIBA Stages O

4

Stage Tasks Zero

Strategic Definition Business Case Strategic Brief Assemble Project Team Establish Project Program Pre Application Discussions Sustainability Strategy Review

One

Preparation And Brief Project Objectives Project Budget Feasibility Studies Project Roles Table Contractual Tree Review Project Programme Pre Application Discussions Risk Assessments Handover Strategy

Two

Concept Design Prepare Concept Design Cost Information Project Strategies Issue Final Project Brief Sustainability Strategy Maintenance Strategy Operational Strategy Risk Assessment Update Project Execution Plan Health and Safety

Three

Developed Design Prepare Developed Design Cost Information & Project Strategies Design Programme Research and Development Review Health and Safety Strategy

Four

Technical Design Design Responsibility Matrix Review of Maintenance and Operational Strategy Project Execution Plan Review Review of Construction Strategy

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Extension at Central Library Week 1

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ECO Architects Granby Row Greater Manchester M60 7LH

Manchester Central Library Saint Peter’s Square M2 5PD Greater Manchester 29/01/2014 Internal Use only: Project Manager Dear Mr Brooks, We are writing to you to inform you about the responsibilities of a project manager for the extension of the Central Library in Manchester. Under traditional forms of contract, the role of the project manager is undertaken by the architect, however we thought we should inform you of all options available. As defined by RIBA Practice Committee in 1995: “The project Manager is a construction professional who can be given executive authority and responsibility to assist the client to identify the project objectives and subsequently supply the technical expertise to assess, procure, monitor and control the external resources required to achieve those objectives, defined in terms of time, cost, quality and function.” There are two types of project managers; the one who acts as the client’s representative and has no powers under the building contract and the second who performs all the functions of a contract administrator in regard to the building contract and must be named as contract administrator in the contract. Whatever their role, project managers should have some required skills and knowledge on the below fields: 32 | Professional Studies Proposal


Management Construction Law Contract Law Value Management Value Engineering Project planning and programming Briefing Risk management Dispute Resolution Delineating project requirement and general conditions Administration of the project Managing contracts Communications of issues, and coordination of activities Document control Acquisitions required for the construction of the project Refinement of scope Delineating project requirement and general conditions Identifying items that have delivery dates that impact the schedule Purchasing of trades and materials Management and scheduling of the project Understanding manpower operations Materials applications Building code issues Cost control management Issues resolution Submission of recoded drawings, maintenance manuals & Warranties Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any further information Regards, on behalf of ECO Architeccts, Eleni Economidou, BA(Hons), MArch, RIBA Associate Eleni Economidou | 33


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ECO Architects Granby Row Greater Manchester M60 7LH

Manchester Central Library Saint Peter’s Square M2 5PD Greater Manchester 24/02/2014 Internal Use only: Procurement and contracts Dear Mr Brooks, I’m writing you to inform you about different procurement systems and types of contracts available in the UK building construction industry. The contract types form three main categories; Traditional, Design and Build and Management. All contract types have both advantages and disadvantages depending on each project . Each has its own criteria but the main ones that must be taken under consideration ar cost estimation, time, quality of design client’s responsibilities client’s duties.

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Please do not hesitate to contact us if in doubt, Best Regards, on behalf of ECO Architeccts,

Eleni Economidou, BA(Hons), MArch, RIBA Associate

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Contract Type

Pros

Cons ·       Tried and tested

·       Not so po

·       May be used on large projects

JCT

·       Are produced by a tribunal on which there is representation of the professions, the industry and client bodies.

It can incl The complet

·       Fair and balanced

be subject t ‘neutral ev

·       The Architect has power to issue directions to the contractor to make certain that the designed Portion can be integrated into the design of the Works as a whole 2·2·2 .

as by events

·       Requires understand detailed an time consum

·       Popular when targeting a cost or partnering basis.

·       As might provenance surveyor by who manag and the Sup site for the services.

·       Flexible; Large and small scale projects. Head or sub contract. Can be applied overseas.

NEC3 ·       Clarity; Leading to fewer disputes between parties. ·       Good management. Any arising disputes are eliminated without being time and money consuming

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·        dynamic program called a works schedule ·        ready for use with building information modelling BIM

·       Well resp

commentators ha be many unresolved legal problems


Notes

opular when targeting a cost or partnering basis.

·       The sometimes lengthy provisions are not always easy to grasp, although the latest edition has gone a long way towards improving its clarity and ease

lude partial possession, and sectional completion. tion date may

of use. The form is supported by a considerable body of case law, and many helpful

to adjustment if delays are caused by a range on vents’, as well

commentaries and guides. It is still probably the most widely used form for major

s which are the responsibility of the Employer.

building work.

a comprehensive ding of its procedural rules, many of which are nd likely to prove ming.

be expected in a form with this engineering e, there is no reference to an architect or quantity y profession. The key persons are the Project Manager, “Gain” and “Pain” shared by employer and ges the procurement of the Works for the Employer; contractor. pervisor, who exercises certain responsibilities on e Employer with whom he or she has a contract for

pected legal

Support from the public sector but no significant foothold in the commercial property development sector

ave expressed reservation over what they consider to issues however, has been used without serious

. It was prepared by a panel of engineers and lawyers chaired by Dr Martin Barnes of Coopers and Lybrand, London. Eleni Economidou | 39


·        dynamic program called a works schedule ·        ready for use with building information modelling BIM

CIOB

·        for use by CIOB members, but non members may also use them.

FIDIC

·        the most commonly used standard forms of contract for international construction projects.

GC Works

·        there are two options, a: the Single Stage version without a separate design stage and the Two Stage version calls for a separate design stage . ·        excellent Codes for the selection of design and build contractors ·        design and build tendering is best achieved through the two stage process ·        wording of the Conditions is clear and well presented ·        is a very "employer friendly" suite: Employer and Project Manager have a degree of control over the contractor not usually found with design and build contracts ·         

ICC

·        N A

recent publi engineering

·        may be ad does not ap Central Libr ·        in the UK, engineering,

·        single sta Requirement further mod ·        if used to law.

·         

·        most like constructio ·         

·        is an architect led initiative

·        a single c attractive, attentive ad commentato challenging

·        the first multi party building contract

·        Issues in for example: Agreement m consent of

·        merging a partnering agreement and a building contract could benefit the partnering process: partnering arrangements, consultant appointment terms and a building contract are brought together into one document covering the whole process of delivering the project.

·        The result set of terms

·        Reports indicate that PCC2000 has been successfully used for both private and public sector projects ranging in value from multi-million pounds down to £600,000.

is complex a language is terminology

·        The Client’s Representative has considerable authority

·         

PPC2000

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ication market

not so popular in the construction and

dopted on engineering, energy or process plant projects pply to the proposed roof extension of the Manchester rary their use is more limited, but parties may adopt them on , energy or process plant projects

age tendering suitable only where the Employer’s ts are for a well defined design with little or no risk of dification. oday, must be updated to bring it into line with current

ely be used on engineering infrastructure , as opposed to on

·        In GC Works forms, the Abstract of Particulars is a key document. If any special supplementary conditions are incorporated, then they prevail over the printed Conditions on the event of conflict. This is the reverse of the position with JCT contracts .

·        internationally in some states undertakes significant infrastructure investment, for example in Africa

contract bringing all important parties together is however it depends on an effective management structure, dministration, and good communications. some ors remain sceptical about PPC2000, in particular during g economic times .

control when all parties enter into a single contract – : None of the rights or obligations of the Partnering may be assigned or sub contracted without the prior all the other Partnering Team Members.       

t is a substantial document, with a closely interlocking s, which

and not immediately easy to understand although the s plain English and there is a full set of definitions , some y is peculiar to this contract and may be unfamiliar

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ECO Architects Granby Row Greater Manchester M60 7LH

03/03/2014 Dear Mr Brooks, Internal Use only: Equality Act + Building Regulations

Dear Mr Brooks, The main objective of the 2010 Equality Act ensures anti-discrimination in accordance with the EU law. This consolidates and replaces the Sex Discrimination Act 1975, the Race Relations Act 1976 and most importantly the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. The main Act’s purpose is to protect disabled people from physical discrimination and their exclusion from environments due to access limitations as well as other characteristics such as age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation and pregnancy. Under certain circumstances, the appropriate adjustments have to be made to the physical features of the premises in order to comply with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995(DDA), to ensure that the maximum number of disabled users are catered. The Central Library is classified under recreation and has played a major role in the town’s cultural history and education of the community. Due to the Grade 2* listed building status of the existing building, care must also be taken into how these methods of access affect the existing building in the least possible manner. In order to devoid any physical features that could prevent a person ability of carrying day-to-day activities the design follows a more inclusive approach according to the Part M of the Building Regulations 2010.

Some of many key issues which the new extension needs to meet includes the following: - The proposed extension does not affect the current access layout . 44 | Professional Studies Proposal


- Glazing within the extension does not create distracting reflections. - Floor surface materials within the extension do not impede the movement of wheelchairs, e.g. not coir matting, and changes in floor materials do not create a potential trip hazard. - Floor surface helps to remove rainwater from shoes and wheelchairs. - Any columns, ducts and similar full height elements that project into the lobby more than 100mm are protected by a visually contrasting guard rail. - Passing places should be at least 1800mm wide and at least 2000mm long within sight of each other but in any case spaced at a distance no greater than 50m. -The gradient along its length should not be steeper than 1:60 along its whole length or less steep than 1:20 with level landings introduced for each 5000mm rise of the access(where necessary between landings), in all cases with a cross-fall gradient no steeper than 1:40.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us. Regards, on behalf of ECO Architects, Eleni Economidou BA (Hons), MArch, RIBA Associate .

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ECO Architects Granby Row Greater Manchester M60 7LH Manchester Central Library Saint Peter’s Square M2 5PD Greater Manchester 03/03/2014

Dear Mr Brooks, Building Regulations Approval is required for new builds and alterations to existing buildings. It is an offence to start building operations with submitting full plans or a building notice without at least two days notice. It is not, however, necessary to hold work before receiving an approval. The various methods to achieve this approval are outlined below. Although the decision is yours, we would recommend the first option with the deposit of full plans to Manchester City Council. Please find attached the completed Building Regulation consent form. The three options for obtaining Building Regulation approval are as follows: 1. Local Authority Approval (Manchester City Council) – Full Plans [recommended] A full set of plans and completed form from Manchester City Council Building Control must be submitted. These are checked for their compliance with the Building Regulations, which are set out in the Approved Documents. The application must include: -Detailed plans, sections and elevations with technical note and specifications -1:1250 plan indicating the size, location and relationships of the building -Full plans application form -Building Control charge (standard or individually determined) The process takes an average of five weeks from submission to approval and should the scheme be denied for any particular reason, adequate feedback from the authority would enable us to make the necessary changes before we would need to re-submit the application. Once certified, the certificate is valid for 3 years as long as the 46 | Professional Studies Proposal


construction as been carried out according to the certified plans. 
 The benefit of a full application is that it provides greater protection; the formal decision confirms the project’s full compliance with Building Regulations. The Approval Notice can be used as a reference for financial institutions, surveyors or solicitors. 2. Local Authority Approval (Manchester City Council) – Building Notice 
 This procedure is used for domestic projects, and is not valid for any buildings subject to the Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997. Unlike the full plans form of building control approval, the building notice method approval does not require the submission of any plans or technical information to the local authority, saving time and money. It is still necessary for work to comply with Building Regulations and the project will be inspected by a Building Control officer. With this method, the build programme may be shortened as approval is not needed before work starts. However, should there be any issues in relation to the building regulations, the errors would need to be rectified should it be deemed unsatisfactory by the council inspector, something that could ultimately be costly. 3. Appointment of an Approved Inspector Unlike the previous two options, which deal directly with the local authority, the third one employs an Approved Inspector from a private firm, to undertake the original duties of the Local Authority. They are to check that the plans conform to the regulations set out by the authority, and then required to submit an initial notice to the local authority outlining the details of the project. The approval date is around 5 working days. Should there be any discrepancies, the approved inspector is permitted to issue a notice for the rectification of work within 3 months. Should this not be taken into account, Manchester City Council will be forced to take further action. Once the project is complete, the inspector will issue a completion certificate to the authority outlining that the building regulations have been met. Recommendations: Due to the nature of this project, involving a Grade II* listed building, we recommend the first option (Local Authority Approval - Full Plans) of obtaining building regulations approval. The commencement of work without approval is not recommended as it may have to be altered at a later stage, potentially causing more damage to the building’s fabric. This option provides greater protection for the client and is the most comprehensive. It also covers Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety Order 2005). As the plans are reviewed before construction, it is ensured that any issues are resolved before works start on site. Furthermore, the Local Authority Building Control inspector comes at a lesser cost than an approved inspector. Eleni Economidou | 47


We would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the three aims of the equality act. These are to:

-Eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment, victimization and any other conduct prohibited by the Act

-Advance equality of opportunity between those who share a protected characteristic & those who don’t

-Foster good relations between people who share a protected characteristic and those who don’t.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us. Regards, on behalf of ECO Architects, Eleni Economidou BA (Hons), MArch, RIBA Associate

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ECO Architects Granby Row Greater Manchester M60 7LH

Manchester Central Library Saint Peter’s Square M2 5PD Greater Manchester 20/03/2014 Internal Use only: Health and Safety Dear Mr Brooks, We are writing to you to inform you about any Health and Safety concerns regarding the present project. According to the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007, commonly known as CDM Regulations, all participants (architect, client and CDM co-ordinator) are held responsible for certain tasks. According to the regulations, it is your duty to appoint a fully qualified CDM co-ordinator for the said project according to the CDM Regulations 2007. Our responsibility as designer includes the following: - Ensure that clients have apprehended their duties under the Regulations before works start on the project, during the preparation of the design, in order to avoid risks such as: -carrying out construction work. - clean windows/ transparent or translucent wall/ ceiling/ roof in or within the structure - involvement in maintenance of permanent fixtures and fittings. - use of the structure as a workplace - during the design preparation, provide for the elimination of potential hazards that give rise to risks while reducing risks from any remaining hazards - Perform these duties so far as is reasonably practicable, taking account of other relevant design considerations - Act in accordance with the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992.

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Your responsibility as the client include the following: -Ensure there are suitable management arrangements for the project welfare facilities -Allow sufficient time and resources for all stages -Provide pre-construction information to designers and contractors Additional Duties for notifiable projects: - Appoint CDM co-ordinator - Appoint principal contractor - Make sure that the construction phase does not start unless there are suitable welfare facilities and a construction phase plan is in place. - Provide information relating to the Health and Safety file to the CDM co-ordinator - Retain and provide access to the Health and Safety file -Check competence and resources of all appointees For any sort of queries you might have please do not hesitate to contact us at the e-mail provided. Kind Regards, on behalf of ECO Architects, Eleni Economidou BA (Hons), MArch, RIBA Associate

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Project Manchester Central Library Date 20 03 2014

Architect : ECO ARCHITECTS

ITEM

ACTIVITY ELEMENT

POTENTIAL HAZARD

1

Site Security

Tresspassing, vandalism and theft. Heavy and unstable objects could cause potential injury.

2

Foundations

Falling into excavation. Possible damage to exisitng paving. Severe weaher conditions. Use of heavy machinery

3

Roof

Falling objects. Falling from height. Scaffold collapse. Severe weaher conditions. Glazing Installation Back Injury

4

External facade

Scaffold damaging facade. Risk of collisions, dropped objects. Falling from height.

5

Floor

Contact with hazardous irritable materials Dust Inhalation Damage of building services.

6

1st and 2nd fix

Electricution Trip hazard

7

Site operations

Transport, Delivery and Moving heavy items. Noise Nuisance to public Painting emission of harmful fumes

LIKELIHOOD

SEVERITY

3

Certain or near certain to occur.

3

2 1

Reasonably certain to occur. Very seldom or never occurs.

2 1

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Fatality, major in term disability. Injury or illness Other injury or i


L

S

R

CONTROL MEASURE Secure site perimeter. All site operatives to sign in out. All visitors to be accompanied by authorised personel and issued PPE.

1

3

3

1 1 3 3

3 1 1 3

3 1 3 9

Apprpriate barrier around excavation. No unauthorised access. Provide PPE hard hat, suitable footwear etc . Ensure adequate measures and surveys taken for preventation of potential damage. Postpone works during dangerous severe weather conditions. Authorised use only. Provide PPE. Used according to manufacturers specifications and supervision.

2 2 1 3 2 2

3 3 3 1 2 2

6 6 3 3 4 4

Provide PPE Hard hat, suitable footwear, eye protection . Safety Harness Training and Guidance on working at height. Scaffold Should be errected by certified professionals and safety harness should be provided Postpone works during dangerous severe weather conditions. Safety Precautions when handling glass. Provision of PPE. element sizes.

1 2 2

1 3 3

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Scaffold should be errected by certified professionals. Appropriate pre planning and adequate measures taken for the avoidance of potential damage. Provide PPE Hard hat, suitable footwear, eye protection . Safety Harness Training and Guidance on working at height.

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Provide respiratory protection, eye protection and gloves. Provide respiratory protection face maks . Conduct survey to identify building services locations.

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Only trained professionals to carry out specialist works. All works tested and certified. Ensure awareness of works and alerting signage in appropriate locations.

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Ensure all heavy and large items are adequately labelled, operatives trained to handle that bulkycontractor items and appropriate clothing is worn. Ensure abides by the regulations in regards to niose during off peak day times. Consider off site use for the application of finishing touches on steel elements. If

njury or illness causing long

causing long term disability. illness.

RISK

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None required Low priority Medium priority High priority Urgent Eleni Economidou | 55


58 FEES CALCULATION


ECO Architects Granby Row Greater Manchester M60 7LH

Manchester Central Library Saint Peter’s Square M2 5PD Greater Manchester 29/03/2014 Dear Mr Brooks, Thank you for the quick response regarding our previous correspondence (dated 18/03/2014) and for meeting with us last Friday. Please find attached the fee proposal for the architectural services provided to undertake a 200m² new public extension of Manchester Central Library based on your needs. The fee was calculated based on the RIBA Fees Calculator for up to 32 Weeks projects. The project fee has been calculated to the amount of £51.72,10 for architectural services for the full contract period . In terms of provisions of architectural services will include the following: RIBA Stage 0 &1 Preparation of strategic brief based on client’s business case along with Feasibility Studies RIBA Stage 2 & 3 Preparation of concept design and development along with outline proposals RIBA Stage 4 Preparation of technical drawings for all architectural, structural and building services RIBA Stage 5 Administration of Building Contract, site inspections and review of construction progress. RIBA Stage 6 & 7 Hand-over of project, conclusion of building Contract ,activities in handing-over strategy and feedback 58 | Professional Studies Proposal


For The Central Library project the appropriate fee method is calculated based on office resources as attached. Additional work not included in the stages stated in this document will be charged per hour following the table below (no VAT included). Director £90/hour Project Architect £60/hour Architectural Assistant £40/hour All the services provided will be performed according to the enclosed document SFA/99 RIBA Standard form of Appointment) which sets the Terms and Conditions. Our PI Insurance will cover any case of contingency. In any case of complaint or deviations for any of the services provided the ARB (Architects Registration Board) should be notified in writing. Our office abides by The Code of Conduct (attached document), which is speculated under Section 1 of the Architects Act 1997 and does not apply to practices but individuals. Issues addressed by said code are: technical and professional standards, integrity, honesty, insurance, resolution of disputes or complaints. Please sign this letter and the attached copies of the SFA/99 and send it back to us provided that we come into agreement with everything stated in this document. We then will be able to proceed to the next stage according to RIBA Plan of work. For any sort of queries you might have please do not hesitate to contact us at the e-mail provided. We look forward in collaborating with you Kind Regards, on behalf of ECO Architects, Eleni Economidou BA (Hons), MArch, RIBA Associate

Eleni Economidou | 59


Project Name: Central Library Extension Duration (in weeks): 31

STAGE

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STAFF

Type Type Type Type Type Type Type Type Type Type

60 | Professional Studies Proposal

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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B 3 5 3

C 6 8 3

Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

Type 1 Architect Annual gross salary (pounds per year) Employment overheads Premises overheads Total overheads (pounds per year) Working hours per day Working days per week Working hours per week Annual leave in days Other leave (days per year) Sick leave percentage Sick leave (days per year) Proportion of fee earning time Weekly cost

D

9 11 3

Job Title

£36,000.00 77.00% £1,200.00 £28,920.00 8.00 5.00 40.00 20.00 8.00 2.00% 5.00 75.00% £1,900.63

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Weekly Cost

Type 2 Director Annual gross salary (pounds per year) Employment overheads Premises overheads Total overheads (pounds per year) Working hours per day Working days per week Working hours per week Annual leave in days Other leave (days per year) Sick leave percentage Sick leave (days per year) Proportion of fee earning time Weekly cost

£49,000.00 10.00% £1,000.00 £5,900.00 8.00 5.00 40.00 20.00 8.00 2.00% 4.65 45.00% £2,674.73

K

21 30 10

L

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£1,900.63 £2,674.73 £1,973.23 £660.56

Eleni Economidou | 61


Type Type Type Type Type Type

62 | Professional Studies Proposal

5 6 7 8 9 10 Type 1 Architect Annual gross salary (pounds per year) Employment overheads Premises overheads Total overheads (pounds per year) Working hours per day Working days per week Working hours per week Annual leave in days Other leave (days per year) Sick leave percentage Sick leave (days per year) Proportion of fee earning time Weekly cost

£36,000.00 77.00% £1,200.00 £28,920.00 8.00 5.00 40.00 20.00 8.00 2.00% 5.00 75.00% £1,900.63

Type 3 Associate Annual gross salary (pounds per year) Employment overheads Premises overheads Total overheads (pounds per year) Working hours per day Working days per week Working hours per week Annual leave in days Other leave (days per year) Sick leave percentage Sick leave (days per year) Proportion of fee earning time Weekly cost

£49,000.00 8.00% £1,000.00 £4,920.00 8.00 5.00 40.00 20.00 8.00 2.00% 5.00 60.00% £1,973.23


Type 2 Director Annual gross salary (pounds per year) Employment overheads Premises overheads Total overheads (pounds per year) Working hours per day Working days per week Working hours per week Annual leave in days Other leave (days per year) Sick leave percentage Sick leave (days per year) Proportion of fee earning time Weekly cost

£49,000.00 10.00% £1,000.00 £5,900.00 8.00 5.00 40.00 20.00 8.00 2.00% 4.65 45.00% £2,674.73

Type 4 Architectural Assistant 1 £23,000.00 Annual gross salary (pounds per year) 7.00% Employment overheads £1,000.00 Premises overheads £2,610.00 Total overheads (pounds per year) 8.00 Working hours per day 5.00 Working days per week 40.00 Working hours per week 20.00 Annual leave in days 8.00 Other leave (days per year) 2.00% Sick leave percentage 4.65 Sick leave (days per year) 85.00% Proportion of fee earning time £660.56 Weekly cost

Eleni Economidou | 63


STAGE A Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

STAGE B Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

STAGE C Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

STAGE D Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

STAGE E Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

STAGE F 1 Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

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7 30 20

8 30 20

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20

6

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14 20 20

100

100

100

4

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STAGE G Week 1 64 | Professional Studies Architect Director Associate

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29 Eleni28Economidou | 6530


STAGE G Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

STAGE H Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

STAGE J Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

STAGE F 2 Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

STAGE K Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

STAGE L Week Architect Director Associate Architectural Assistant 1

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66 | Professional Studies Proposal


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18

19 40 20

20

21

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24

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31

20 40 20

21

22

23

24

25

26

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100

16

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100

16

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24 20 10

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27 20 10

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Eleni Economidou | 67


Project Name: Central Library Extension Duration (in weeks): 31

Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

68 | Professional Studies Proposal

Weekly net cost £267.47 £267.47 £267.47 £2,689.92 £2,689.92 £3,791.81 £1,369.36 £1,237.25 £647.60 £878.79 £647.60 £1,575.63 £1,575.63 £1,575.63 £1,575.63 £4,671.76 £5,209.67 £1,830.14 £1,955.76 £1,955.76 £647.60 £380.13 £380.13 £647.60 £380.13 £380.13 £647.60 £380.13 £380.13 £647.60 £1,675.32

Four weeks' net cost £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £3,492.34 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £9,088.33 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £3,749.62 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £9,398.66 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £10,951.32 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £2,055.45 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £1,787.98 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00

Net cumulative £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £3,492.34 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £12,580.67 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £16,330.30 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £25,728.95 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £36,680.28 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £38,735.73 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £40,523.70 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00


Percentage profit 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00%

Weekly total cost £320.97 £320.97 £320.97 £3,227.90 £3,227.90 £4,550.17 £1,643.23 £1,484.70 £777.12 £1,054.55 £777.12 £1,890.76 £1,890.76 £1,890.76 £1,890.76 £5,606.12 £6,251.60 £2,196.17 £2,346.91 £2,346.91 £777.12 £456.15 £456.15 £777.12 £456.15 £456.15 £777.12 £456.15 £456.15 £777.12 £2,010.39

Four weeks' total cost £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £4,190.81 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £10,906.00 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £4,499.55 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £11,278.39 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £13,141.59 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £2,466.54 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £2,145.57 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00

Total cumulative £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £4,190.81 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £15,096.81 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £19,596.36 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £30,874.75 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £44,016.34 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £46,482.87 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £48,628.44 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00

Eleni Economidou | 69


Programme, resources and costs Project Name: Central Library Extension Duration (in weeks): 31

A

A

A

B

A B

B

B

C

C

C

C

D

D

D

D

Stages

E

E

E

E

12

13

14

F1 G H J F2 K L Week

1

2

3

10%

10%

10%

Architect Director

Resources

Associate

4

5

6

100%

100%

130%

30%

30%

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

10%

20%

20%

10%

10%

10%

20%

20%

20%

2

40%

40%

20%

100%

100%

100%

1

7

8

12

13

14

40%

40%

Architectural Assistant 1

Week

1

2

3

£267.47

£267.47

£267.47

Architect Director Associate

7

8

9

10

11

40% 35%

4

5

6

£1,900.63

£1,900.63

£2,470.82

£570.19

£570.19

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£3

£267.47

£534.95

£534.95

£267.47

£267.47

£267.47

£534.95

£534.95

£534.95

£5

£264.22

£264.22

£132.11

£660.56

£660.56

£660.56

£6

£2,689.92

£3,791.81

£1,369.36

£1,575.63

£1,

20.00% £4,550.17

20.00% £1,643.23

20.00% £1,890.76

20.00% £1,890.76

20 £1,

5

6

7

£1,575.63 £3,749.62 £16,330.30 20.00% £1,890.76 £4,499.55 £19,596.36 12

£1,575.63

20.00% £3,227.90

£1,237.25 £9,088.33 £12,580.67 20.00% £1,484.70 £10,906.00 £15,096.81 8

13

14

£789.29

£789.29

10

11

£789.29 £231.20

Costs

Architectural Assistant 1

9

Weekly net cost Four weeks' net cost Net cumulative Percentage profit Weekly total cost Four weeks' total cost Total cumulative

£267.47

£267.47

£267.47

20.00% 320.97

20.00% £320.97

20.00% £320.97

70 | Professional Studies Proposal Week

1

2

3

£2,689.92 £3,492.34 £3,492.34 20.00% £3,227.90 £4,190.81 £4,190.81 4

£647.60

£878.79

£647.60

20.00% £777.12

20.00% £1,054.55

20.00% £777.12

9

10

11


E

E F1

F1 G H J F2

15

16

17

18

19

20

K

K

K

K

K

K

K

K

K

K

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

120%

100%

40%

40%

40%

20%

20%

40%

40%

40%

20%

20%

10%

100%

200%

100%

100%

100%

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17

19

20

10%

10%

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31

20%

60%

10%

20%

30

31

80%

18

21

22

23

£380.13

£380.13

380.13

£2,280.75

£1,900.63

£760.25

£760.25

£760.25

£380.13

534.95

£1,069.89

£1,069.89

£1,069.89

£534.95

£534.95

£267.47

£660.56

£660.56

£1,955.76 £10,951.32 £36,680.28 20.00% £2,346.91 £13,141.59 £44,016.34 20

24

25

26

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£267.47

27

28

29

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£1,140.38

£267.47

£534.95

£380.13

£647.60

£1,675.32

20.00% £456.15

20.00% £777.12

20.00% £2,010.39

29

30

31

£267.47

£1,578.59

660.56

,575.63

0.00% ,890.76 15

£1,321.12

£660.56

£4,671.76 £9,398.66 £25,728.95 20.00% £5,606.12 £11,278.39 £30,874.75 16

£5,209.67

£1,830.14

£1,955.76

20.00% £6,251.60

20.00% £2,196.17

20.00% £2,346.91

17

18

19

£647.60

£380.13

£380.13

20.00% £777.12

20.00% £456.15

20.00% £456.15

21

22

23

£647.60 £2,055.45 £38,735.73 20.00% £777.12 £2,466.54 £46,482.87 24

£380.13

£380.13

£647.60

20.00% £456.15

20.00% £456.15

20.00% £777.12

25

26

27

£380.13 £1,787.98 £40,523.70 20.00% £456.15 £2,145.57 £48,628.44 28


Architect Director

£267.47

£267.47

£1,900.63

£1,900.63

£2,470.82

£570.19

£570.19

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£789.29

£789.29

£267.47

£534.95

£534.95

£267.47

£267.47

£267.47

£534.95

£534.95

£534.95

£264.22

£264.22

£132.11

£660.56

£660.56

£660.56

£2,689.92

£3,791.81

£1,369.36

£1,575.63

£

20.00% £4,550.17

20.00% £1,643.23

20.00% £1,890.76

20.00% £1,890.76

£

5

6

7

£1,575.63 £3,749.62 £16,330.30 20.00% £1,890.76 £4,499.55 £19,596.36 12

£1,575.63

20.00% £3,227.90

£1,237.25 £9,088.33 £12,580.67 20.00% £1,484.70 £10,906.00 £15,096.81 8

13

14

£267.47

Associate

£231.20

Costs

Architectural Assistant 1

£789.29

Weekly net cost Four weeks' net cost Net cumulative Percentage profit Weekly total cost Four weeks' total cost Total cumulative

Week

£267.47

£267.47

£267.47

20.00% 320.97

20.00% £320.97

20.00% £320.97

1

2

3

£2,689.92 £3,492.34 £3,492.34 20.00% £3,227.90 £4,190.81 £4,190.81 4

£647.60

£878.79

£647.60

20.00% £777.12

20.00% £1,054.55

20.00% £777.12

9

10

11

Architect

£21,477.09

Director

£10,966.41 £3,946.47

Architectural Assistant 1

£6,836.78

Totals

Associate

TOTAL NET COST PERCENTAGE PROFIT TOTAL COST TO CLIENT

72 | Professional Studies Proposal

£43,226.75 20.00% £51,872.10


£380.13

£2,280.75

£1,900.63

£760.25

£760.25

£760.25

£380.13

£534.95

£1,069.89

£1,069.89

£1,069.89

£534.95

£534.95

£267.47

£660.56

£660.56

£1,955.76 £10,951.32 £36,680.28 20.00% £2,346.91 £13,141.59 £44,016.34 20

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£267.47

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£380.13

£1,140.38

£267.47

£534.95

£380.13

£647.60

£1,675.32

20.00% £456.15

20.00% £777.12

20.00% £2,010.39

29

30

31

£267.47

£1,578.59 £660.56

£1,321.12

£660.56

£1,575.63

£4,671.76 £9,398.66 £25,728.95 20.00% £5,606.12 £11,278.39 £30,874.75 16

£5,209.67

£1,830.14

£1,955.76

20.00% £6,251.60

20.00% £2,196.17

20.00% £2,346.91

17

18

19

20.00% £1,890.76 15

£647.60

£380.13

£380.13

20.00% £777.12

20.00% £456.15

20.00% £456.15

21

22

23

£647.60 £2,055.45 £38,735.73 20.00% £777.12 £2,466.54 £46,482.87 24

£380.13

£380.13

£647.60

20.00% £456.15

20.00% £456.15

20.00% £777.12

25

26

27

£380.13 £1,787.98 £40,523.70 20.00% £456.15 £2,145.57 £48,628.44 28

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