London Building Control collaborate with a range of building design professionals offering innovative and practical design solutions which you may find useful for your building design requirements; fire engineering, energy and acoustic assessors etc.

Base Energy Services Ltd

SAP / SBEM Calculations; EPCs; Water Calculations; Renewable Energy Statements; Sustainability Reports; Daylight Calculations; BREEAM; Flood Risk Assessments; Surface Water Reports; Code for Sustainable Homes

Fire and Risk Solutions

FRS is a niche provider of fire safety advice to the construction and development industry. Their background is in the detailed design and delivery of leading edge fire safety design solutions for a wide range of buildings in UK, Ireland and Middle East.


EDC provide a full range of services including energy performance certification (EPC), SAP (standard assessment procedure), thermal modelling, BREEAM etc.

Site Sound

Site Sound specialises in providing sound insulation advice, testing services and practical solutions to clients of all sizes, from individual developers to major nationwide companies.

Fire Safety London

Fire Safety London provide fire safety solutions for London and the surrounding areas

Matt Clayton is a professional architectural and interiors photographer based in London. With years of experience shooting buildings, offices, houses, schools, museums, restaurants, stores and virtually any structure imaginable. He mostly works with architects, interior designers and ad agencies and his work has appeared widely in both the architectural and interior design press

K4 Soils

K4 Soils was established as a Partnership in 1993 for the provision of laboratory and field testing services within the geotechnical engineering and related industries.

MES Building Solutions

MES offers a range of specialist consultancy and surveying services for any type and scale of development project. Our experienced staff have a vast knowledge of energy & sustainability (SAP, SBEM, Psi-Values, Air Testing, BREEAM, PassivHaus, etc.), planning (renewable energy statements, noise, air quality, etc.), M&E design and surveying (topo, measured, Rights of Light) within the construction industry.

From complex mixed-use developments, through to small individual properties, our clients include architects, self-builders, developers, contractors, housing associations and the public sector.

CRASH is the construction industry’s charity that helps homelessness and hospice organisations with their construction projects – creating places that care for people when they’re at their most vulnerable.

CRASH unites the industry and channels the expertise and products of companies to transform hostels and day centres for homeless people across the UK.  CRASH also helps adults and children who need end of life care in a hospice, by creating caring environments where families can spend precious time together.

To find out more about CRASH and the work they undertake visit

The only professional institute for interior designers in the UK, BIID are committed to supporting creativity and competence in the field of interior design through facilitating best practice, practical professional support, development opportunities and education.

Being an Industry Partner provides LBC with the opportunity to learn about, network and communicate with these designers and we look forward to building our working relationships with them further over the coming year.

LBC are an approved CPD provider for BIID.

New London Architecture (NLA) is the world’s leading centre for excellence for the built environment.

NLAs purpose is to improve the quality of people’s lives by making London a better place to live, work and visit. Their vision for London is set out in The New London Charter, a declaration of the values that drive NLA’s policies and programme.

They also provide an independent forum for discussion, debate and information about architecture, planning and development in London.

To find out more visit

Organise networking events with a sporting theme based in the property sector which help build fitness, well-being and networks of its participants.

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