- Building Futures Award 2016 Winner for the Most Sustainable Construction Project
- 25 tonnes CO2 emission saved from solar PV (June 2015 to August 2018)
- 35 x 9.45 kWp PV panels producing 36.35 MWh from 2015 to 2018.
- Ground source heat pump (5kw) with collector pipework installed in standard concrete piles
- Cement only used in foundations and brickwork below damp-proof course
- Structurally insulated panels (SIPS) used for timber frame
- Materials reused or with recycled content – glass fibre insulation, plasterboard, roof slates
- Timber salvaged from demolition for garage timber frame, granite setts, recycled glass kitchen worktops
- Pre-finished double-glazed timber windows
- Triple glazed bi-fold doors and rooflights
- No gas use on-site
- Mechanical ventilation and heat recovery system
- Timber finishes to cladding, staircase, flooring and doors
- Green roof and sustainable urban drainage system (SUDS) used, including permeable paving
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Please contact: Colin Heal
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