Lincoln Grove is a development of 9 x 2 and 3 bed homes near Woodstock, 9 miles from Oxford, constructed in 2007. The homes were awarded EcoHomes excellent, scoring 77 credits, the same as BedZED. The homes have been subsequently re-assessed under the Code for Sustainable Homes and achieved level 3.
One Brighton at Blocks E & F, New England Quarter, is a mixed-use scheme sitting within a mixed-use neighbourhood developed in a joint venture by Crest Nicholson and BioRegional Quintain.
The Old Apple Store is a development of 5 new family homes, with one existing unit retained and completely refurbished. The site nestles within the site of the old apple store in the picturesque village of Stawell in Somerset.
This evaluation was conducted under the Technology Strategy Board’s Building Performance Evaluation programme. To determine the effectiveness of the design and delivery strategy in Camden Passivhaus, real fabric performance indicators were tested to compare these results with anticipated performance.
This case study examines a one bed, 42m2 apartment on the 5th floor of the CIAC development. This apartment was completed in December 2011, and the study ran from February 2012 to June 2013. This evaluation was conducted under the Technology Strategy Board’s (TSB) Building Performance Evaluation programme.
This case study presents the findings of a Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) project that investigated the post-construction and in-use performance of the One Brighton development. The evaluation was carried out by University College London (UCL), funded by the Technology Strategy Board’s (TSB) Building Performance Evaluation programme.
This case study examines two Passivhaus bungalows at the Racecourse development: one mid-terrace and one end-terrace. The evaluation of these dwellings was conducted under the Technology Strategy Board’s (TSB) Building Performance Evaluation programme.