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Housing, Jaywick Sands, Essex

The scheme is designed on environmentally sustainable principles. Reflecting the timber chalets of the original settlement, the walls of the two-storey houses are clad with untreated western red cedar boards, with sand/cement render on north and east elevations for wind protection and on gable walls for fire protection.

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