Case Studies

Camden Passivhaus

Camden Passivhaus

London’s first certified Passivhaus dwelling, this 101 m2 (TFA) two-storey detached house in Camden, north London was completed in the spring of 2010.
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Design for Future Climate - One Brighton

Design for Future Climate – One Brighton

One Brighton is a high-density mixed-use development with 172 residential units – mostly single-sided one or two-bedroom apartments – above 2000 m2 of community and commercial office space.
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GHA Monitoring Programme

GHA Monitoring Programme

From 2009-2014, the Good Homes Alliance led a monitoring programme of low carbon homes, funded by DCLG, Energy Saving Trust and the NHBC Foundation. Case studies include Derwenthorpe, Old Apple Store and One Brighton.
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Housing Design Awards

Housing Design Awards

Good Homes Alliance is pleased to again support the UK’s longest-running housing awards, set up by government in 1948 and now in their 71st year. We’re pleased that GHA Chair Lynne Sullivan OBE is once again part of a select group of judges, made up of industry experts, government officials and enthusiasts.
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LowCarb4Real

LowCarb4Real

The GHA worked with Leeds Beckett University and UCL on a project sponsored by UrbanBuzz, to gather evidence and good practice about how to deliver low carbon homes. Case studies include Lincoln Grove, One Brighton and the Old Apple Store.
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Marmalade Lane

Marmalade Lane

Marmalade Lane is a community-led housing development for K1 Cohousing, comprising 42 custom-designed homes at Orchard Park, Cambridge. UK custom-build developer TOWN and Swedish housebuilder Trivselhus are delivering the project, which was designed by award-winning Mole Architects, based in Cambridge.
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Springfield Meadows

Springfield Meadows

Springfield Meadows is a small residential development in Oxfordshire that delivers net zero for both embodied and operational energy.
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VELUX CarbonLight Homes

VELUX CarbonLight Homes

Completed in 2011, the state-of-the-art CarbonLight Homes in Kettering, Northamptonshire, were the first homes designed and built to meet the UK government’s Zero Carbon Standard for Homes.
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Virido

Virido

Pollard Thomas Edwards, as part of Hill’s team, were selected by Cambridge City Council to design a sustainable housing development at Clay Farm, south Cambridge.
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