Ecclesiastical Insurance and English Heritage, in partnership with technology firm Shepherd, are extending a pilot that puts 18th century Kenwood House.
Rather than demolish, Architect Howarth Tompkins opted to refurbish a 1970s teaching block, introducing sustainability measures, which earned the building a BREEAM Outstanding rating.
Despite the relatively small roof area, the developer was able to combine both green roof and solar PV array to achieve BREEAM Outstanding.
The high levels of energy efficiency of this Passivhaus scheme has helped the housing association provide its tenants with affordable, low-energy accommodation.
The money from Lancashire Enterprise Partnership (LEP) will go towards the development work needed to prepare a planning application for Eden Project North in Morecambe.
The Construction Playbook sets out on how government will work with the construction sector to deliver public sector works faster and greener.
Stora Enso’s Rory Doak, explores the role that engineered wood plays in a biophilic design approach.
Manchester and Zurich taking steps to integrate 3D printing into construction and waste management.
Planning granted to convert Blackfriars Crown Court into BREEAM Outstanding ‘next gen offices’ with a rooftop garden of over 100 established trees
Gas company given all-clear to construct world’s first hydrogen-to-homes demonstration network on Scottish East Coast.