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ECD Architects

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ECD Architects has won the competition to design the National Trust's £80 million Cliveden Estate housing scheme in Buckinghamshire. The sustainable mixed-use project is on a 5.7ha site, formerly the Canadian Red Cross Hospital. The practice beat off competition from PRP Architects, Sidell Gibson Partnership and John Thompson and Partners.The outline proposal is for 198 homes.The scheme will include waterrecycling systems, triple glazing and wood chip-fuelled combined heat and power systems.There are also plans to provide an environmentally friendly transport system to residents and introduce broadband Internet access to allow homeworking.The developer for the scheme is Countryside Properties.

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