Sustainability in Development
Tropical hardwood specialist, Kebony, has combined beauty with sustainability at a protected site redevelopment in Rye, East Sussex.
A regeneration project in Ancoats, Manchester, which has seen three derelict and redundant apartment blocks brought back to life, has been recognised in the industry as one of the most sustainable housing developments of the year.
Five Pancras Square has set a benchmark to the rest of the multibillion pound King’s Cross Central development by becoming the first building to gain a BREEAM Outstanding rating for world-class sustainability.
Hackney-based architecture practice Gort Scott has secured a record BREEAM rating for 51 Hills Road; an 880m² contemporary office project in the central conservation area of Cambridge.
Cameron Close in the rural village of Freshwater, Isle of Wight, is a scheme of 28 affordable homes designed and built to the Passivhaus standard.