Erith Park in London is a development that has been designed to have the feel of a community. It has a variety of different properties, high standards of architecture and traditional street patterns with enhanced pedestrian links, including routes to local schools. Most of the homes have their own outdoor space in the form of a private garden or balcony. The apartments are smart and modern as well as being energy efficient. They comply with Level 4 in the Code for Sustainable Homes and features include solar panels and energy efficient combi-boilers in the houses, and a communal heating system to serve the apartments.
Biometric time and attendance tablets from Donseed were used throughout the development of the site, ensuring workers recorded accurate hours worked and were kept up to date with health and safety and site procedures as and when they entered the site.
Erith Park is a development with a difference. Decent, well designed homes that help create a sense of pride and belonging, built along traditionally planned streets that feel safe and homely. There’s outdoor space to meet in and enjoy: Erith Park has plenty of parkland and greenery, and there are several dedicated play areas.
Erith Park also has strong links to the wider community, through connections with local schools, colleges, places of work, training and enterprise, helping to bring opportunities and prosperity to those who live there. It’s a major enterprise, one of the largest in London, with £120 million being invested in it.
Just north of Erith Park is The Dell, a small woodland area that is being enhanced and transformed into an ecology hub for all to use and enjoy.
They have also created a multi-use games area off-site at Erith Recreation Ground.
Kev Dendy, Marketing and Strategy Director at Donseed, says: “This is a fantastic development and we were delighted that workers were using our tablets on such an environmentally friendly project. Not only does our software manage time and attendance and site health and safety, it can also record and calculate the amount of CO2 used throughout the duration of a project. It does this by recording travel times and methods by workers, suppliers and visitors helping firms to work smarter for the environment.”