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Victoria Park Community Building

Victoria Park sits in the heart of Stretford, Manchester. Opened in 1902 the park offer amenity to the local community over a 14 acre area.

In 2020 work commenced on the Victoria Park community building led by The Friends of Victoria Park. The building would offer a cafe, room hire and office space.

Freeflush completed:

  • Rainwater demand analysis using DROP
  • SuDS storage design incorporating rainwater harvesting 
  • a potable water demand analysis to check whether the low entry flow would be adequate to sustain the multi-use demand
  • Advised on optimal dranage routes and drainage design to serve the atttenuation tank
  • Liased with building control to dicharge a planning consent related to drainage and SuDS
  • a potable water demand analysis to check whether the low entry flow would be adequate to sustain the multi-use demand

Freeflush supplied and installed:

  • A 3000l Indirect rainwater harvesting tank to serve the toilet flushing demand to 4 toilets 
  • A 450l potable water booster tank to buffer the high potable demand during the day
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Groundwork preparation for the rainwater harvesting system.
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The completed Victoria Park community building.