Passivhaus

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Three families have moved into Scotland’s first community-owned Passivhaus homes which have been developed by Nith Valley LEAF Trust (NVLT) in partnership with Dumfries and Galloway Small Communities Housing Trust (DGSCHT). Representing the community of Closeburn in Upper Nithsdale, NVLT is a

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Eildon Housing’s plans to deliver more green homes in the Borders moved another step closer this week. The first of three Passivhaus homes at Springfield Place in St Boswells will complete in March and a further ten-home development at Westruther has secured planning permission.

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Sarah Lewis, associate director: architecture at Hamson Barron Smith (HBS), describes the company’s use of Passivhaus as its benchmark performance standard. Multi-award winning Passivhaus development Carrowbreck Meadow. Photo: Jefferson Smith

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A development of council homes in Norwich was last night named the UK's best new building after winning prestigious 2019 Stirling Prize. Designed by Mikhail Riches with Cathy Hawley for Norwich City Council, ‘Goldsmith Street’ was the first ever social housing development to be shortlist

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The development at Cunningham House, which is Glasgow’s first Passivhaus development for social rent, was formally opened on Friday 30th of August. The development has seen the creation of 19 new homes for older people. The project combines the construction of a modern five-storey Passivhaus t

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A new service will be launched tomorrow which aims to provide affordable, Passivhaus-standard social housing in Scotland. John Gilbert Architects and contractors Stewart & Shields have developed Passivhoos – homes designed specifically for Scottish social housing providers that meet internatio

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A nursery in Aberdeen has become the first commercial project in Scotland to be accredited by Passivhaus. Designed by BMJ Architects, the Rocking Horse Nursery at the University of Aberdeen has received Passivhaus accreditation, making it also the first nursery in the UK to be accredited.

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