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4.

Existing

Study

UP 225mm

W/C

Lounge

Dining room

UP 225mm

2200

Orchard Cottage

UP 600mm

1.

Boot room

Existing outbuildings to be demolished

Utility room

Alfoxton House Conservatory

The White House KEY: DP - Down Pipe SVP - Soil Vent Pipe MH - Man hole

UP

Kitchen

UP 225mm

Scale: 1:500

Drainage runs as per initial inspection unclear on exact runs due to access to manholes. Runs shown for reference only and to be checked by the contractor prior to commencement of works

5.

9100

Hall

Kitchen

3.

ck

Tra

If required contractor to discuss relocations and build overs with the local water board

Ground floor plan

1200

Tree Notes: Trees are located as shown: A full survey of tree maybe required by the council and to be undertaken by a qualified arbiculturalist referencing RDA/Footings 1. Oak Tree - Height = 10m Approx Spread = 7m Diameter 2. Oak Tree - Height = 15m Approx Spread = 12m Diameter 3. Ucalyptus - Height = 5m Approx Spread = 2m Diameter 4. Unknown - Height = 15m Approx Spread = 7m Diameter 5. Silver Birch - Height = 8m Approx Spread = 7m Diameter 6. Leylandi Conifer - Height = 5m Approx Spread = 3m Diameter

5208

6.

Survey carried out during the winter period and some identification maybe inaccurate, thus specialist identification should be sort

En-suite

Walk-in wardrobe

2.

Master bedroom

4251

Bathroom

Bedroom

DP

DP

Bedroom

Finches Lodge

209a

Bedroom

DP

Orchard Cottage

Flue

MH

Assumed drainage run unable to obtain inverts on site visit - Client to provide details at the earliest convenience

DP

DOWN

Alfoxton House

The White House

ED & Ward Bdy CF

211

FB

215

MH

First floor plan

67.1m

CF

The Myrtles

1

CR 23

0 EK

213

64.3m

22

6

GAT

22

THE

S TEN 2

Scale: 1:1250

Not to scale

Front

Existing Block Plan

Rear elevation

Side elevation

Not to scale Side elevation Revisions:

Contractors Notes: All items, notes, dimensions and general design contained in this drawing are for guidance purposes only. Nominated builder and person responsible for the project should make a thorough check prior to commencement of works against site, drainage service drawings, current building regulations, british standards and codes of practice. The Contractor is to allow within their price for all items not listed but that will be required to complete the work in accordance with all Current Legislation.

These drawings and any other supporting documentation related to them remains the property of IDA until the agreed fees are settled in full. Until such time these plans and all supporting information remain the property Of IDA, under copyright law the use and copying of these plans is not permitted without the written consent of IDA.

REGISTERED OFFICE: CONCORD HOUSE, 2ND FLOOR, COMET WAY, EASTWOOD, ESSEX, SS2 6GD

Date:

Survey

08.01.08

Preliminary designs

31.01.08

Building Regulation

16.07.09

Revisions:

Date:

Clients:

Title:

Mr Morgan Alfoxton House 217 Hockley Road Rayleigh SS6 8BH

Tel:

Contract No:

Drawn By: Two storey rear extension including basement and pool cover, with internal works

Scale:

R.Bolger

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COMPANY NO. 5176598

InteractiveDigitalArtsLtd Concord House 2nd Floor Comet Way Eastwood Essex SS2 6GD


copy for council Existing

Rear elevation

Side elevation

Side elevation Opening Details:

UP 225mm

Glazing: Windows are to provide a min. opening lights equal to 1/20th (5%) of the floor area of the room served and provide min. background ventilation via controlled trickle ventilators to acheive 4000sq.mm in the kitchen, bathroom, cloakroom and utility room windows and 8000sq.mm to all other habitable rooms.

O.2

Windows are to be glazed with 24mm sealed double glazed units with a min. U-Value of 1.8W/msq.K. All glass shall be in accordance with BS 6262. Obscure glazing is to be provided to all bathrooms and cloakrooms. All windows and external doors are to be weather stripped.

O.3

Safety glazing in accordance with BS 6206 shall be fitted in the following critical locations: (1) All glazed doors (2) All full height sidelights (3) Any window within 300mm from a door opening up to a height of 1500mm (4) Any window between finished floor level and 800mm above that level

O.4

Note that all windows provided for emergency access should have an openable area of at least 0.33sq.m and have an unobstructed dimension of at least 750x450mm. The bottom of the openable area should not be more than 1100mm above finished floor level.

O.5

O.5

UP 600mm

ED2

UP 225mm

ED3 ED4 ED5 ED6 ED7 ED8 ED9

DOWN

O.6

All openings on balaustrades should not allow a 100mm sphere to pass between

A.4

New external staircase to be concrete construction to the following specification: Total Rise: Risers: Treads: Width: Max Pitch: Winders: Handrail: Headroom:

A.5

1008 x 1695mm existing window to be reused if suitable 1008 x 1695mm existing window to be reused if suitable 1008 x 1695mm existing window to be reused if suitable

2085 x 2270mm suitable 2085 x 2270mm suitable 920 x 2150mm 1195 x 2270mm 1195 x 2270mm 2085 x 2270mm suitable 2085 x 2270mm suitable 1195 x 2270mm 920 x 2150mm

french doors with side lights existing to be used if

B.1 french doors french doors french doors with side lights existing to be used if french doors with side lights existing to be used if

M.1

french doors

All lintels to be securely built into masonry walls and to be the appropriate length to ensure a min. 150mm bearing at each end.

5.

UP 225mm

Movement Joints: Generally to be provided at not greater than 12 metre centres for blockwork and 6 metre centers for brickwork. Movement joints to be 10mm min. wide, located behind rainwater downpipes where possible and formed with proprietary polyurethene sealing strip, with flat ties between panels at 450mm verticle centres with one end de-bonded with poly-sulphide sealant to external face of brickwork/render - colour to match. Note: Provide cavity wall ties within 150mm horizontally, at 225mm max. verticle centres, either side of movement joint.

1981x800mm softwood door 1981x800mm softwood firedoor 1981x1075mm double firedoors

Materials: All materials are to be used and installed in accordance with the relevant manufacturer's instructions. The quality of any material shall not be lower than that specified in the relevant British Standard.

N.2

Timber Treatment: All softwood timbers to be adequately treated to prevent infestation in accordance with current Building Regulations. All structural timbers, external frames and windows shall be treated against fungal attack. All structural timber to be marked DRY or KD and to have stress grade mark.

N.3

Site: The existing ground within the extent of the proposed building construction site shall be cleared of all turf and vegetable matter prior to any further excavation being made. Method of disposal of any contaminated soil to be agreed with the Local Environmental Officer. Foundation trenches shall be clean and true and checked for soft areas, water etc. and left with compacted bottoms.

N.4

Existing Structure: Existing foundations to be exposed together with any existing lintels as directed by Local Authority Building Inpector on site to assess their suitability for extra loading. Extra works that may be necessary to be carried out in compliance with the Building Inspectors recomendations. Ensurance must be made that the existing structure is temporarily supported throughout construction.

Lintels above internal doors and openings to be 100x65mm precast concrete plank lintels in blockwork walls and 2no. 100x50mm timber framework in studwork walls. Internal fire doors: Where an internal fire door is specified door should be FD20SC to be 30minute protection .

O.8

Guard rails for exterior balconies should be at least 1100mm high. Guarding should be capable of resisting at least the horizontal force given in BS 6399 Part 1: 1996

N.1

Internal blockwork walls - infill openings: Blocked up openings to be lightweight blockwork of appropriate thickness. All blockwork to be finished with approx. 13mm thick layer of bonding plaster and 2-3mm thick finishing skim plaster floated smooth and flush with existing walls ready for decoration.

Provide lighting as tabled below to be fixed lighting that only accepts lamps having a luminous efficiancy greater than 40 lumens per circuit watt. Such fittings would include fluorescent tubes and compact fluorescent lamps but not GLS tungsten lamps with bayonet cup or Edison screw bases. 1 2 3 4

no. no. no. no.

location locations locations locations

Halls, stairs and landings count as one room but may contain more than one fitting. Efficiency light fittings cannot be located in garages, non habitable lofts and outhouses. The exact locations of light fittings to be determined on site.

3117.5mm approx. to be confirmed on site 14 no. at 223mm each 250mm going 850mm 42 degrees Minimum going to be 50mm Timber 900mm high from pitch line Minimum 2000mm

E.3

Provision of additional light fitting, switches and power sockets to be determined on site.

E.4

Part P: All electrical work required is to meet Part P (electrical safety) and must be designed, installed, inpected and tested by a person certified to do so. Prior to completion of the project the electritcian may be required to produce an appropriate BS 7671 Electrical Installation Certificate to satisfy Part P.

E.5

All electriacl installation to be in full accordance to BS 7671 and with the latest edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations, and should be carried out in accordance with current installation techniques applicabe to the material and equipment being used.

E.6

Note that all cables which are covered or surrounded with terminal insulation to be de-rated in accordance with Apendix A of BRE 'Thermal Insulation: Avoiding Risks' 2002 edition.

E.7

All downlighters in ground floor ceiling voids are to be either boxed in with 12.5mm plasterboard or fitted with an intrumescent cover to maintain half hour resistance.

E.8

Services and fittings within the roofspace are to be protected from overheating. Lighting circuit cables to be 1.55sq.mm minimum where within insulation - all other cable runs to be supported by and clipped to roof timbers and to be kept clear of insulation.

E.9

All light switches are to be set at 1200mm above finished floor level and all switched socket outlets are to be set a 450mm above finished floor level.

E.10

Any external light fittings should have automatic controls and / or be capable of only taking lamps having a greater effiency of 40 lumens per circuit watt.

Notes:

Internal door shedule:

Electrical Installation Fitting of mains interlinked smoke alarms to BS 5446 Part 1: 1990 to be placed on all floors in a circulation areas and within 7.5m to all habitable rooms (large circulation areas may require two units). Smoke alarms should be fitted a min. 300mm from light fittings and walls. Alarms must be connected to a seperately fused mains electricity supply with a transformer (if needed) and where more than one unit is fitted within a dwelling they must be interconnected. The installation must comply with current IEE regulations.

1-3 rooms created 4-6 rooms created 7-9 rooms created 10-12 rooms created

Domestic Balconies

Lintel shedule:

D1 D2 D3

E.2

french doors with side lights existing to be used if

See drawings for details

O.7

2967.5mm approx. to be confirmed on site 14 no. at 212mm each 250mm going 850mm 42 degrees Minimum going to be 50mm Timber 900mm high from pitch line Minimum 2000mm

New internal staircase to be standard timber construction to the following specification: Total Rise: Risers: Treads: Width: Max Pitch: Winders: Handrail: Headroom:

External door shedule: ED1

E.1

A.1

Window shedule: W1 W2 W3

Existing outbuildings to be demolished

Access Stairwell

O.1

1000

13610

777

1040

2085

ED5

6.

ED2

6.

3465

6467

1008

990

1008

600

6635

1374

6975

1032

ED4

ED3

ED1

2085

1043

1275

1147

467

1609

Balcony

3465

1275

2085

1172

2085

6203

807

913

913

6574

1275

7036

D3

7431

7716

ED6

D1

1172

Lounge

ED7

1109

W1

ED8

W2

2417

W3

Bedroom

2788

1219

Study

2032

Block up existing opening

4251

W/C

En-suite

Master bedroom

Block up existing opening

D2 Bathroom

D1

Boot room Kitchen

Wardrobe Remove Existing Wall Full height opening to replace existing window

Conservatory

D1

Block up existing opening

Bedroom

14009

Dining Room

Steel beam required - 254UC To be confirmed by the engineer

D1 D2

Walk in Wardrobe Bathroom

New opening Steel to be provided

UP

Living room

Breakfast Room

Hall

Bedroom

DOWN

Bedroom

Ground floor plan

Revisions:

Contractors Notes: All items, notes, dimensions and general design contained in this drawing are for guidance purposes only. Nominated builder and person responsible for the project should make a thorough check prior to commencement of works against site, drainage service drawings, current building regulations, british standards and codes of practice. The Contractor is to allow within their price for all items not listed but that will be required to complete the work in accordance with all Current Legislation.

These drawings and any other supporting documentation related to them remains the property of IDA until the agreed fees are settled in full. Until such time these plans and all supporting information remain the property Of IDA, under copyright law the use and copying of these plans is not permitted without the written consent of IDA.

Opening Details: O.1

Roof plan

First floor plan

Glazing: Windows are to provide a min. opening lights equal to 1/20th (5%) of the floor area of the room served and provide min. background ventilation via controlled trickle ventilators to acheive 4000sq.mm in the kitchen, bathroom, cloakroom and utility room windows and 8000sq.mm to all other habitable rooms.

E.1

Electrical Installation Fitting of mains interlinked smoke alarms to BS 5446 Part 1: 1990 to be placed on all floors in a circulation areas and within 7.5m to all habitable rooms (large circulation areas may require two units). Smoke alarms should be fitted a min. 300mm from light fittings and walls. Alarms must be connected to a seperately fused mains electricity supply with a transformer (if needed) and where more than one unit is fitted within a dwelling they must be interconnected. The installation must comply with current IEE regulations.

REGISTERED OFFICE: CONCORD HOUSE, 2ND FLOOR, COMET WAY, EASTWOOD, ESSEX, SS2 6GD

EMAIL:

Date:

Survey

08.01.08

Preliminary designs

31.01.08

Building Regulation

16.07.09

Revisions:

Date:

Clients:

Title:

Mr Morgan Alfoxton House 217 Hockley Road Rayleigh SS6 8BH

Tel:

Contract No:

Drawn By: Two storey rear extension including basement and pool cover, with internal works

Scale:

R.Bolger

Set:

Checked By: R.Barnes

WEB: www.ida.uk.net

TEL: 01702 420 265

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InteractiveDigitalArtsLtd Concord House 2nd Floor Comet Way Eastwood Essex SS2 6GD


S-02

S-01

copy for council

+0.000 - Existing Ground Level

304

267

Steel beam required 254 UC to be confirmed by engineer

277

Beam and Block (See Milbank Specifications)

5200

5500

300

1010

1000

300

963

750

600

300300

1600 600

2250

S-03

S-03

Structural glass wall pool will probably need to be rebuilt in areas -3.133 - Existing Ground Level

1000

300

300

3133

Assumed depth of swimming pool

2582

2562

150

-0.550 - Existing Ground Level

2613

600 4524 13103 11803

3010 600

600

-3.133 - Existing Ground Level

152 4524

150 122 225 2418

Stepoc or similar (Cannon to specify)

Swiming pool

Structural Glass wall Pool will probably need to be rebuilt in areas

+0.000 - Existing Ground Level

Assumed outline of swimming pool

S-04

S-04

Beam and Block (See Milbank Specifications)

Channel drainage with connection to pump unit

600

9413

F.6

L.2

Underside of joists to be lined with 12.5mm plasterboard. Fill all gaps between internal floors to avoid air paths between rooms.

L.3

Lateral restraint straps of 35x6mm galvanised mild steel straps to be provided as indicated at 2000mm max. centres. To be taken over 3 no. joists min. solid noggins and turned down into cavity a min. 75mm.

L.4

Provide one row of solid noggins at centre span for joist spans between 2500mm and 4500mm and two rows at one third span positions for spans over 4500mm.

Piled foundations and basement construction to be designed by specialist

External Cavity Wall - Facing Brickwork: Outer skin to comprise 103mm thick matching facing brickwork with a 85mm wide cavity and a 100mm thick Thermalite Turbo block or similar inner skin.

W.3

Cavity to be closed at all window/door junctions and at eaves level with blockwork or a proprietary cavity closure. Skins to be tied together with verticle twist wall ties spaced at 900mm centres horizontally and 450mm centres vertically and at 225mm centres at window and door reveals. Provide additional ties within 225mm of side openings at no more than 300mm centres. Blocks to be laid in 1:1:6 cement:lime:sand mortar with a struck joint. Ensure that cavities are kept free from debris by employing the use of timber cavity battens pulled up as work procedes.

W.4

At all low roof abutments i.e porches, conservatories ensure stepped DPC's cavity tray with stop ends are provided and linked to code 4 lead flashings and soakers. Code 4 lead dressed beneath cavity trays and over roof slopes with alternate perpends left open for weep holes all as necessary to form weather proof junction.

W.5

Provide polythene lapped and continuous cavity trays with stop-ends, above all lintels and over short piers between closely spaced openings. Provide open perpends or PVCu proprietary perpends at 300mm centres, min. 2no. per openings. Bond new blockwork to existing walls with galvanised steel masonry connectors and ties rawbolted to existing walls.

Ground Floor Details: G.2

110mm thick Rockwool Rockfloor Insulation slabs laid directly on additional 1200 gauge DPM on concrete ground floor slab to acheive a U-Value of 0.25W/m.sq.K. Off cuts of insularion to be placed around perimeter of external walls, beneath skirting to prevent cold bridging.

G.3

65mm thick 1:4 cement:sand screed using OPC cement and fine aggrgate to grade limit M, BS 882 with light gauge wire mesh reinforcement in centre. Screed to be floated smooth and finished flush with existing floor level unless stated otherwise on the drawings.

Roof Construction Details: R.1

Flat Roof Construction: 195x47mm softwood flat roof joists at 400mm centres supported on galvanised steel joist hangers.

R.2

Lateral and verticle restraint straps are to be provided to roof members in compliance with BS 5628 from the roof to adjacent parallel walls at max. 2000mm centres using 30x5mm galvanised steel straps turned down 150mm min. over blockwork and fixed over solid blocking, to a min. three joists.

R.3

Roof to be covered with three layers of mineral felt on 18mm thick exterior quality plywood on 50mm thick 0-50mm softwood firings to fall to rainwater gutter at 400mm centres spiked to top of flat roof joists. All timbers to be spiked together.

R.5

Brickwork parapet to end of flat roof, as shown on drawings. Code 5 lead flashings to all abutments to include continuous ventilators.

R.6

Pitched Roof Construction: 150x50mm softwood rafters at 400mm centres birds-mouthed over 100x50mm softwood wallplate bedded to top of internal cavity skin wall and held down with 30x5mm mild steel straps at 1200mm centres (1.2m long), bent at right angles to give a min. 75mm fixing to the top of the wall plate. Ceiling joists to be 200x75mm softwood joists at 400mm centres spiked to top of wallplate.

R.7

Lateral and verticle restraint straps are to be provided to roof members in accordance with BS 5628 from the roof to adjacent parallel walls at max. 2.0m centres using 30x5mm galvanised steel straps turned down 150mm min. over blockwork and fixed over solid blocking, to a min. three rafters. Each rafter to be restrained at eaves level with Catnic galvanised steel T Type twisted verticle straps fixed to feet of rafters and to ceiling joists.

R.8

The roof shall be covered with tiles / slate to match existing, with matching ridge tiles to fixed in accordance to manufacturer's specifications and to BS 5534 on 38x25mm preservative treated softwood batterns on reinforced roofing felt underlay type 1F to BS 747 Pt.2.

R.9

The roof is to be cross-ventilated by propretary eaves ventilator equivalent to a 25mm continuous air gap within eaves. A continuous 5mm wide ridge ventilation system is also to be installed. To insure a clear airflow from eaves vents through into roof space proprietary ventilation trays are to be fixed between rafters.

R.10

Fascia to be 25mm thick PAR softwood to match existing complete with 12.5mm thick exterior quality plywood soffit fixed to fascia and to wall with softwood batterns.

R.11

Ceiling to be 12.5mm foil backed plasterboard with joints filled and tapped to take textured finished. Provide 50x38mm noggins to provide support at joints, edges and light fittings.

W.6

85mm thick Rockwall Total Fill Cavity Wall bats, or similar, cavity wall insulation to provide a min. U-Value of 0.30Wsq.mK. Fix bats securely with tightly butted joints, ensuring that all edges are not damaged and that top edges are covered with a temporary timber batten to ensure that they remain free from mortar droppings and other debris. The cavity wall insulation is to be installed in strict accordance with manufacturers recommendations commencing below the DPC to avoid cold bridging.

W.7

The cavity is to be filled with a lean mix concrete up to a level of 225mm below DPC and is to be laid with sulphate resistant mortar. Provide perpends weep holes every fourth verticle joint in the outer leaf at the base of the cavity at 150mm below DPC. Maintain a continuous cavity between existing and new walls.

W.8

The cavity is to be closed at openings using proprietary cavity closer 'Thermabate' or equal, installed in accordance with manufacturers instructions.

W.9

Walls to be finished internally with an approx. 13mm thick layer of bonding plaster and 2-3mm thick finishing skim plaster floated smooth or 12.5mm plasterboard on plaster dabs with a plaster skim finish.

W.12

External Blockwork Walls: External walls to be 300mm thick super durox block 7n trench block walls rendered externally.

W.13

Block walls to be insulated with Celotex TB3025 25mm thick insulation with 25x50mm battens and 12.5mm platerboard securely fixed to walls with plaster dabs to provide a min. U-Value of 0.35W/sq.mK.

W.14

Internal Walls - Non Load Bearing Aircrete Blockwork: 100mm aircrete blockwork to be built off horizontal DPC and centrally off the concrete foundations/thickened floor slab.

W.15

Walls to be finished internally with an approx. 13mm thick layer of bonding plaster and 2-3mm thick finishing skim plaster floated smooth or 12.5mm plasterboard on plaster dabs with a plaster skim finish.

W.16

Internal Walls - Non Load Bearing Studwork: 100x50mm softwood framing comprising sole and head plates, uprights at 400mm centres and noggins staggered at mid-height. Walls to be lined each side with 12.5mm plasterboard, tapped, skimed and set finished. Plasterboard to be plaster skimmed ready for decoration. All studwork walls to be supported on double floor joists or noggins.

W.17

For studwork partitions to bedrooms and rooms containing WC's studwork to be lined with 12.5mm thick plasterboard (min. mass 10kg/msq. All gaps to be well sealed.

Horizontal/Verticle - Damp Proof Courses: H.1

H.2

H.3

The horizontal damp proof course shall consist of a layer of 2000 gauge polythene damp course to BS 743/6515 adequately lapped at corners and joints, on a morter bed maintaining a minimum 150mm above adjacent ground level. All joints to be lapped a minimum 150mm. Ensure that damp proof courses do not project into the cavity. Where external wall cavity is bridged i.e air brick/ventilator openings and meter cupboard etc. provide polythene cavity trays complete with stop ends over in the external wall with open proprietary perpends. Cavity trays are to project 150mm beyond either side of lintel/opening. Verticle damp proof courses to be provided at all un-bonded jambs. Bond new blockwork to existing walls with galvanised steel masonry conectors and ties rawbolted to existing walls.

Insulation Details: I.1

Roof Insulation - Joists: Whole ceiling area is to be insulated with two layers of Rockwool Rollbatt insulation quilt, total thickness 250mm. The first layer of 100mm insulation quilt to be laid between ceiling joists complete with the second layer of 150mm insulation quilt laid at right angles on top of the ceiling joists. Seperate but linking quilt is to be laid over the softwood wall plate and wedged into the 75mm cavity top to avoid cold bridging and close the cavity. Roof to acheive a U-Value (through joists) of at least 0.16W/msq.K.

I.2

Pack the space between the last rafter and the gable wall with insulation.

I.3

Roof Insulation - Flat Roof balconey : Whole roof area is to be insulated with two layers of 116mm thick celotex insulation slabs, laid over joists for warm deck contruction. Flat roof to acheive a U-Value of at least 0.20W/msq.K.

I.6

Solid Ground Floor Construction Insulation: 110mm thick Rockwool Rockfloor insulation slabs laid directly on additional 1200 gauge DPM on concrete floor slab to acheive a U-Value of 0.20Wmsq.K. Off cuts of insulation to be placed around perimeter of external walls beneath skirting to prevent cold bridging.

1539

1560

External Block Wall Insulation: Block walls to be insulated with 50mm thick Rockwool Rockliner comprising 50mm insulation slabs and 12.5mm plasterboard securely fixed to walls with plaster dabs to provide a min. U-Value of 0.30Wmsq.K.

573

I.7

2775

Foundations shall be located centrally under external and load bearing internal walls. All foundations shall be designed with due regard to subsoil conditions, water table, presence of sulphates and previous ground uses etc. Depth of the foundations to suit soil conditions, original and proposed ground levels, drainage trenches and proximity of trees/hedges, all to the satisfaction of the relevant building control authority.

W.2

1225

F.5

First Floor Construction: 22mm thick moisture resistant flooring Type C4 chipboard to BS 5669. Ensure throughout that boards are supported on joists or noggongs, with a 10mm expansion gap at room perimeter between chipboard ans walls. Boards to be securely fixed through to softwood floor joists (see plans for thickness) at 400mm centres between beams as shown on joist layout plan.

3500

All existing elements of the structure affected by the proposal are to be exposed and their suitability ascertained prior to accepting additional loads.

L.1

3500

F.3

Level 1 - Intermediate Floors:

7798

External walls assumed to be 100mm. Inner leaf to be checked on site. Check existing foundations for a minimum 300mm width and allowable bearing stress of 100KNm.sq. as required by structural engineer.

1618

Wall Construction Details:

Foundation Details: F.1

600

Revisions:

Contractors Notes: All items, notes, dimensions and general design contained in this drawing are for guidance purposes only. Nominated builder and person responsible for the project should make a thorough check prior to commencement of works against site, drainage service drawings, current building regulations, british standards and codes of practice. The Contractor is to allow within their price for all items not listed but that will be required to complete the work in accordance with all Current Legislation.

These drawings and any other supporting documentation related to them remains the property of IDA until the agreed fees are settled in full. Until such time these plans and all supporting information remain the property Of IDA, under copyright law the use and copying of these plans is not permitted without the written consent of IDA.

REGISTERED OFFICE: CONCORD HOUSE, 2ND FLOOR, COMET WAY, EASTWOOD, ESSEX, SS2 6GD

Date:

Survey

08.01.08

Preliminary designs

31.01.08

Building Regulation

16.07.09

Revisions:

Date:

Clients:

Title:

Mr Morgan Alfoxton House 217 Hockley Road Rayleigh SS6 8BH

Tel:

Contract No:

Drawn By: Two storey rear extension including basement and pool cover, with internal works

Scale:

R.Bolger

Set:

Checked By: R.Barnes

info@ida.uk.net

WEB: www.ida.uk.net

TEL: 01702 420 265

OR

0845 260 55 54

FAX: 01702 529 266

A

Revision:

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copy for council

5928 275 11828

4465

1463

+3.337 - Existing Ground Level

1060

9150

1618

+0.000 - Existing Ground Level

S-02

S-02

Proposed Section

-3.133 - Existing Ground Level

+5.892 - Existing Ground Level

300

275 4477

150

Beam and Block (See Milbank Specifications)

2722

3674

+3.337 - Existing Ground Level

153 300

300

2795

C1

2582

3133

Outline of assumed swimming pool slab

4524

0

600 11528

300

600

300

600

-3.133 - Existing Ground Level

S-01

4524

S-01

Stepoc or similar (Cannon to specify)

550

+0.000 - Existing Ground Level

1

Proposed Section

2

3

600

Reinforced Concrete Slab (Cannon to specify) Revisions:

Contractors Notes: All items, notes, dimensions and general design contained in this drawing are for guidance purposes only. Nominated builder and person responsible for the project should make a thorough check prior to commencement of works against site, drainage service drawings, current building regulations, british standards and codes of practice. The Contractor is to allow within their price for all items not listed but that will be required to complete the work in accordance with all Current Legislation.

These drawings and any other supporting documentation related to them remains the property of IDA until the agreed fees are settled in full. Until such time these plans and all supporting information remain the property Of IDA, under copyright law the use and copying of these plans is not permitted without the written consent of IDA.

REGISTERED OFFICE: CONCORD HOUSE, 2ND FLOOR, COMET WAY, EASTWOOD, ESSEX, SS2 6GD

Date:

Survey

08.01.08

Preliminary designs

31.01.08

Building Regulation

16.07.09

Revisions:

Date:

Clients:

Title:

Mr Morgan Alfoxton House 217 Hockley Road Rayleigh SS6 8BH

Tel:

Contract No:

Drawn By: Two storey rear extension including basement and pool cover, with internal works

Scale:

R.Bolger

Set:

Checked By: R.Barnes

info@ida.uk.net

WEB: www.ida.uk.net

TEL: 01702 420 265

OR

0845 260 55 54

FAX: 01702 529 266

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COMPANY NO. 5176598

InteractiveDigitalArtsLtd Concord House 2nd Floor Comet Way Eastwood Essex SS2 6GD

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copy for council UP 600mm

Ventilation Details: Plumbing Details: V.1

Channel drainage at foot of basement steps to soakaway via pump

DOWN

V.2

Windows: Windows are to provide 4000sq.mm min. of background ventilation via controlled trickle ventilators in kitchen, bathroom, cloak room and utility room window or door and 8000sq.mm to all habitable rooms.

P.1

All bathrooms and en-suites to incorporate a recessed mechanical extraction fan(extracting at a rate of 15 litres per second) located in the ceiling or wall, which will be operated intermittently linked to room lighting. Switching to be by means of light switch with isolator switch external to room. External terminal in external wall (when possible) with plastic airbrick to match facing brickwork. Rooms without windows to additionally have 15 minute over-run.

V.3

Kitchens: All kitchens (including kitchen/dining rooms) shall be mechanically ventilated by an extracting cooker hood, extracting to external air at a rate of 30 litres per second, opperated intermittently.

P.2

Soil Vent Pipe connections from toilet sink and shower

P.3

Foul water to be piped to existing pipework and SVP

V.4

Bathroom and En-Suite Bathrooms: All bathrooms and en-suites to incorporate a recessed mechanical extract fan (extracting at a rate of 15 litres per second) located in the ceiling or wall, extracting to internal air, wich will be opperated intermittently and linked to room lighting. Switching to be by means of light switch with isolator switch external to room. External terminal in gable (where possible) with plastic airbrick to match facing brickwork. Rooms without windows to have additional 15 minutes over-run.

P.4

W/c and Hand Basin trap depth to be 75mm

P.5

Shower tray Trap Depth to be 50mm

V.5

Soakaway volume calculation Roof area = 78.3sqm / 40 = 1.95 cubic meters Propose 1m x 1m x 2m deep soakaway

All habitable rooms to have rapid ventilation via windows/doors of an openable area at least 1/20th of the floor area, part of the ventilation opening must be 1.75m above finished floor level.

Cloakrooms: Integral cloakrooms with no opening windows shall incorporate mechanical extract ventilation capable of extracting air at a rate of 6 litres per second, linked to a light, with 15 minute over-run. Centrifugal fans must always be used where ducting is used - 3m max length. A 10mm air gap is to be provided under the dloor.

V.7

Where external cavity is bridged i.e air brick/ventilator openings and meter cupboard etc. provide polythene cavity trays complete with stop ends over in the external wall with open proprietary perpends. Cavity trays are to project 150mm beyond either side of the lintel/opening.

V.8

Roof Vents: Provide continuous low level upvc eaves vents to existing roof eaves.

P.6

Air inlet 10mm gap to underside of door

P.7

soil and ventilating stacks at the head of the drainage run are to be ventilated to the external surroundings via rigid ducting within the roof sapces. This is to terminate via a ridge tile ventilator. (To terminate a minimum of 900mm above any openable window which is situated within three metres horizontally of the outlet)

P.8

Soil pipes passing through habitable rooms (including kitchens) to be lagged with 50mm min sound deadening quilt. Framing to be 38 * 38mm timber and boarded using 2 layers of 12.5mm plasterboard.

B.9

Complete installation to be subject to, and capable of withstanding testing in accordance with BS 5572:1978. Above ground foul drainage pipework to be PVC-u to meet BS 4514.

P.10

Pipework must be designed in accordance with BS 5572 and installed to ensure that appliances drain efficiently without causing crossflow, backfall, leakage or blockage. No air from the drainage system shall enter the building.

P.11

Provide adequate support to lengths of pipework and at junctions and changes in directions. No branch connection to be within 450mm above foot of soil vent pipe. All PVC-u pipework to be BS 4514. Minimum sizes for sanitary plumbing to be: WC's, SVP's Common Pipe Waste Bath, Sink Handbasin Overflow

Drainage and services

D.1

Soakaway volume calculation Roof area = 77.2sqm / 40 = 1.93 cubic meters Propose 1m x 1m x 2m deep soakaway

Surface water to existing drains,Provided RW is on a seperate system if not a Soakaway will be required, and should be a minimum of 5 metres from any building. Exact Location to be agreed on site with A Building inspector

D.2

Invert levels of the existing drainage systems could not be confirmed during the surveyors site visit.

D.4

Any drains beneath the build to be bed and surround in granular fill or concrete surround which ever to be judged appropriate. Where the drains pass through the external

D.5

Where excessive subsidence is possible additional flexible joints should be provided. Where the top of the pipe is within 300mm of the underside of the slab a concrete encasement should be used. This is to be integral with the slab. Flexible movement joints of compressible board should be provided at each pipe junction when encased in concrete. Where a drain runs through a; wall or foundation, the builder needs to provide a length of pipe (as short as possible) built with its joints as close as possible to the wall or foundation faces. This is to be within 150mm and connected on each side to rocker pipes with a length of 600mm and with flexible joints.

D.6

Traditional brick built manhole to be 1200 * 750mm internal dimensions with a 600 * 600mm cover for invert levels upto 2700mm deep. The manhole is to comprise of 215mm thick engineering bricks on a 150mm thick concrete base. Half round vitrified clay channels and swept branches to discharge in the direction of flow and to be benched up at least to the top of the outgoing pipe and at a slope of 1 in 12. Benching should be rounded at the channel with a radius of at least 25mm. Step irons or vertical ladders should be provided for depths exceeding 1000mm

P.12

Rainwater Goods: 100mm wide PVCu semi circular section gutters laid to falls to discharge into 65mm diameter round rainwater downpipes. New soakaways to be provided (2m cubed capacity) minimum 5000mm from any structure. Rainwater drain runs to be 100mm diameter PVCu in shingle surround.

P.13

Space Heating: Existing central heating system to be extended into new rooms in accordance with BS 5449. All new radiators to be fitted with thermostatic valves.

6574 1172

467

777

1040

2085

1275

1147

ED4

ED3

ED1

6467

22

Patination oil. Consider use to reduce

ED5

15

5 mi mm n

r

ea

cl

0m

m

Lap length = 150 mm

Mortar bedding on plain tile slips

Valley Board let into A

WITH BEDDED TILES Width of lead to

WITH UNBEDDED TILES OR SLATES Width of lead to

(mm)

(mm approx.)

(mm approx.)

100 125 150 200 250

500 525 550 600 650

Welt Code 4 rolled lead sheet

area.

2085

l mm ne 25 chan

mm

traditional rafters

top of the lining pieces at the tilt fillet 2085

A

125mm

75

specified, ie. code 6 or 7.

Slaters felt should terminate over the

913

PITCHED VALLEYS KEY DIMENSIONS Slaters Felt

tiles heavier codes of lead should be

1032

Saddle

Two rows of head fixings

Ensure tilt fillet height is at least equal to top of the batten Width of lining pieces will vary depending oncatchment area, see Publication Reference Update 1. Gutter linings minimum code 4 in lengths not exceeding 1500mm Historic or Listed Buildings minimum of code 5. Where there is a risk that moss and lichen may be present on slates or

13610

807

Felt omitted for clarity

SPECIFICATION AND DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

Underground Drainage - Access Points. Access points in the form of rodding eyes, access fittings, inspection chambers or manholes to be provided at the following points: a) On or near the head of each drain run b) At a bend and at a change in gradient c) At a change in pipe size d) At a junction unless each run can be cleared from an access point.

7036

100mm dia. nominal size 50mm dia. nominal size 50mm dia. nominal size 32mm dia. nominal size 19mm dia. nominal size

risks of staining where water from gutter may discharge over surrounding roof

to BSEN12588 in lengths not exceeding 1500mm for gutter lining

materials.

line valley

line valley 400 425 450 500 550

Preformed trussed Valley Board positions

ED2 Noggin 4mm plywood Boards flush with rafters and fixed on noggins

New MH

ED6

New MH (A1)

(A2)

PARAPET WALL DETAIL

7431

7716

Balcony paving slabs

Lounge

1172

Rubber paving support pads

1109

BASEMENT INSULATION DETAIL

(A3) BASEMENT TERRACE CONSTRUCTION

300mm THK Trench Blocks

SHOWING CAVITY TIE SPACING

WALL TIE SPACING NOT GREATER THAN 900mm

DPM linked to DPC

Brick outer leaf

Rockwool 'Duorock' roofing board

TIMBER DOOR FRAME

100mm Hardcore Earth

NON-VENTILATED VOID

Vapour control layer 25x50mm Timer Battens

Study

Stub stack

Celotex TB3025 insulation

Timber joists

2417

2032

5mm Skim Finish

(A4) IN. GROUND FLOOR CONSTRUCTION

MH

(A6) EX. BASEMENT WALL

65mm Screed 110mm Floor Insulation

300mm Super Durox Block 7N Trench Block

All items, notes, dimensions and general design contained in this drawing are for guidance purposes only. Nominated builder and person responsible for the project should make a thorough check prior to commencement of works against site, drainage service drawings, current building regulations, british standards and codes of practice. The Contractor is to allow within their price for all items not listed but that will be required to complete the work in accordance with all Current Legislation.

REGISTERED OFFICE: CONCORD HOUSE, 2ND FLOOR, COMET WAY, EASTWOOD, ESSEX, SS2 6GD

NOT GREATER THAN 225mm

FOR REFERENCE ONLY. NOT TO SCALE

FOR REFERENCE ONLY. NOT TO SCALE (B4) PLAN SECTION THROUGH JAMB CAVITY WALL

300 300 Date:

Survey

08.01.08

Preliminary designs

31.01.08

Building Regulation

16.07.09

Revisions:

Concrete slab Grade C35 A393 mesh 600

150

300mm THK Trench Blocks

Linked in DPM

FOR REFERENCE ONLY. NOT TO SCALE

Date:

Clients:

EXTERNAL LEAF

Floor finish with min 50mm sand/cement screed

VERTICAL DPC

WEB: www.ida.uk.net

TEL: 01702 420 265

INTERNAL FINISH :13mm LIGHTWEIGHT OR DENSE PLASTER

CUT CELCON BLOCK OR PROPRIETARY CLOSER TO CLOSE CAVITY WINDOW JAMB

FOR REFERENCE ONLY. NOT TO SCALE

UNBONDED JOINT FILLED WITH FIBRE BOARD - CONTINUE JOINT THROUGH FINISHES

FOR REFERENCE ONLY. NOT TO SCALE

FOR REFERENCE ONLY. NOT TO SCALE

Contract No:

Drawn By: Two storey rear extension including basement and pool cover, with internal works

Scale:

OR

CELCON SOLAR STANDARD OR HI-SEVEN BLOCKWORK

CELCON SOLAR STANDARD OR HI-SEVEN BLOCKWORK

CONCRETE

Title:

Mr Morgan Alfoxton House 217 Hockley Road Rayleigh SS6 8BH

0845 260 55 54

POSITIONED AT 450mm VERTICAL CENTRES ONE END OF EACH TIE SHOULD BE DEBONDED OR SLEEVED ONE END TO ALLOW FOR LONGITUDINAL MOVEMENT WIRE TYPE TIE

Plasterboard T12-200 c/c-Ubar

EXTERNAL LEAF

Vertical timber batterns

R.Bolger

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(B5) MOVEMENT JOINT IN CORNER

(200mm X 25mm X 3mm), SHOULD BE USED

Delta plug

Tel:

EMAIL:

FOR REFERENCE ONLY. NOT TO SCALE

Linked in DPM

Delta System 500

Revisions: These drawings and any other supporting documentation related to them remains the property of IDA until the agreed fees are settled in full. Until such time these plans and all supporting information remain the property Of IDA, under copyright law the use and copying of these plans is not permitted without the written consent of IDA.

NOT GREATER THAN 300mm

IF RESTRAINT ACROSS A JOINT IS REQUIRED THEN SUITABLE DOWELS OR FLAT (METAL) STRIP TIES

A393 mesh

FOR REFERENCE ONLY. NOT TO SCALE

Contractors Notes:

12.5mm Plaster Board 5mm Skim Finish

DPM

Delta-MS 500

Piled raft foundation

Kitchen

BLOCK WALL

INTERNAL FINISH

100mm Hardcore Earth

Dining Room

100mm Concrete Block Inner Leaf

12.5mm Plaster

(A7) BASEMENT WALL WATERPROOFING

Min. 800mm overlap

Boot room

NOT GREATER THAN 450mm

300

DPM

20mm Floor Finish

DP

FOR REFERENCE ONLY. NOT TO SCALE

Rockwool CAVITY 85mm Full Fill

OPENING

225mm Block & Beam Floor

12.5mm Plaster Board

FOR REFERENCE ONLY. NOT TO SCALE

(B2) ELEVATION OF BLOCK WALL AT DOOR OPENING

100mm Concrete Slab

Pea shingle

W/C

(B1) EXTERNAL 100MM CAVITY WALL

50mm Paving Blocks 15mm Grout

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COMPANY NO. 5176598

InteractiveDigitalArtsLtd Concord House 2nd Floor Comet Way Eastwood Essex SS2 6GD


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