We see SuDS management as a real area of expertise for Meadfleet as we already manage and maintain many different types. With in-house civil engineering expertise, access to a range of expert contractors and strategic partnerships with a range of charitable and professional bodies, we believe in and deliver SuDS management programmes that integrate these engineering structures easily into the local environment.
Where a development includes SuDS, the longer-term adoption of them should not be seen as a barrier or a difficulty to a developer or the planning process. With our expertise, we can easily provide assistance in negotiations with authorities which could mean that your planning obligations can be met without the payment of large commuted sums. Additionally, with Meadfleet’s financial security and perpetual business model, our adoption of SuDS as part of the management of the public open space is a reliable, sustainable and straightforward solution. During the planning stages we work with developers to create SuDS management plans that satisfy water authority requirements.
Meadfleet believe that SuDS can contribute to the quality and functionality of a landscape, providing usable and attractive places for the local community to enjoy whilst also fulfilling their required drainage and water quality remit. We know they can form an attractive and ecologically fulfilling part of a residential development too with a range of flora and fauna flourishing on the SuDS in our management.