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.
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 Red Sea Project will be the Middle East’s first tourism destination powered solely by renewable energy, generate up to 650,000 MWh.
Funding for retrofit of public buildings and social housing plus grants for homeowners.
Ten year programme must be green and use MMC, as Green Alliance think tank points to a £14bn public spending ‘hole’ needed to meet climate goals.
Property company also launches the British Land Transition Fund to drive progress through innovation, with retrofit prioritised over new build.