Passivhaus

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Plans by architects Holmes Miller for an integrated educational and community facility for the east end of Dundee were this week approved by Dundee City Council. The East End Community Campus, which will cater for almost 1900 pupils of Braeview Academy and Craigie High School and their teachers, sta

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West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has started construction of Scotland’s largest Passivhaus development which will see 90 highly energy efficient homes created for mid-market rent.  The £21 million project, located in Dundashill in Glasgow, is the first development on-site

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A milestone has been reached on the new primary school at Montgomerie Park in Irvine after North Ayrshire Council granted planning approval for the Passivhaus building. The new primary school will comprise 12 classrooms, early learning facilities, a gymnasium incorporating flexible performance areas

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Architects at Holmes Miller said they are "delighted" to have gained planning permission for Blairgowrie Recreation Centre, Scotland’s first Passivhaus swimming pool and leisure centre. The development was granted planning approval by Perth & Kinross Council yesterday.

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Andrew Kubski, director of development and asset management at WSHA, believes a pioneering housing project in Glasgow can offer insights for other projects wanting to procure and develop to the Passivhaus standard. West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) is currently developing the largest

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Planning permission has been granted for the new Currie Community High School which is set to become one of the most energy efficient high schools in Scotland. The campus will be the first Passivhaus-designed high school in the country setting the standard for energy consumption across school estate

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A Scottish Labour MSP is to launch a consultation on legislation that would see all new-build housing meet the internationally recognised ‘Passivhaus’ standard. Fife MSP Alex Rowley is drawing up a proposal for a private member’s bill that would see all new housing constructed in S

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