Largest Passivhaus project in Scotland goes in for planning
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July 4 2014
Designed by John Gilbert Architects to consume 90 per cent less energy than traditionally constructed homes the scheme is said to be the largest new build Passivhaus project in Scotland.
John Gilbert director Matt Bridgestock said: “We hope this model can inspire others and be rolled out across Scotland.”
Supported by the City of Edinburgh Council and PARC Craigmilar the project is based on a self-build and co-operative structure and will be completed by Christmas 2015.
David Narro Associates have been appointed as engineer for the build with Assemble CSB serving as project manager.
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