From the outset, the project team was committed to developing an environmentally sustainable scheme to provide good-quality affordable accommodation, both now and well into the future. Consequently, the buildings are well insulated and have been designed to take advantage of passive solar gain and natural light, thereby reducing the demand for mechanical heating and electric lighting respectively. Average CO 2 emissions per dwelling are estimated to have a weighted average of 22kg/m ...
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