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McGarry-Moon wins OK for passivhaus barn conversion

[First look + project data] McGarry-Moon Architects has won planning permission for this self-build barn conversion in Broughshane, Ballymena, Northern Ireland

The practice hopes the Loughloughan Barn, which sits in an area of outstanding natural beauty, will meet passivhaus standards.

Construction on the home is expected to start in October this year.

Project data

Architects: McGarry-Moon Architects
Location: Loughloughan Road, Broughshane
Type Of Project: barn conversion
Structural Engineers: structures 2000
Project Architect: Steven Moon
Design Team: Steven Moon, Jessica McGarry and Adam Currie
Client: Private
Funding: Private
Tender date: September 2011
Start on site date: October 2011
Contract duration: 9 months
Gross internal floor area: 115m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: self build
Annual co2 emissions: aiming for passivhaus standard

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