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Burwalls House energy saving redevelopment begins  Rate it
Burwalls House energy saving redevelopment begins Built in 1872, the Jacobean-style Burwalls House in Bristol is set to undergo major redevelopment to create a series of new high-specification residential properties. Appointed at the planning stage, Darren Evans Assessments Ltd provided a series of energy assessments to help the complex project receive planning permission and allow construction to begin. read more...read more...

Sustainablility Award for UK builders merchant  Rate it
managed Forest on San Juan Island A UK timber and builders merchant has been recognised by WWF-UK and awarded the highest timber scorecard rating for its overall efforts in responsibly and sustainably sourcing timber products. read more...read more...

UK's oldest eco-building magazine to end and a new Ezine is born  Rate it
UK's oldest eco-building magazine to end and a new Ezine is born The very last paper edition of Green Building magazine has now been published and will soon be reborn as GBEzine. Like it's predecessor, GBEzine will be a powerful voice for appropriate, well considered eco-building. read more...read more...

The Merton Rule - is it the last hope for the UK renewables sector?  Rate it
The Merton Rule - is it the last hope for the UK renewables sector? The Merton Rule may be the only mechanism left in place that could be used to help offset the onslaught of backtracking policies currently being rained down on the green building movement by the present UK government. The Merton Rule is so named after the Local Authority that in 2003 adopted the first prescriptive planning policy in the UK that required new commercial buildings over 1,000 square meters to generate at least 10% of their energy needs using on site equipment powered by renewable energy (sun, wind or water). read more...read more...

Famous, green ‘demountable house’ reborn as holiday retreat  Rate it
Famous, green  ‘demountable house’ reborn as holiday retreat A ‘demountable house’ fabricated in 1944 by one of the world’s most famous designers, Jean Prouvé, has been transformed into a sustainable, 'portable' holiday home as part of a unique project by architect Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and building services and environmental consultants ChapmanBDSP. read more...read more...

Affordable 'green' homes make lives better for Ealing families  Rate it
New, Affordable 'green' Homes for Ealing Much-needed, affordable family eco homes built for Ealing Council have been completed on time and within budget thanks to the careful project management of Birmingham based Allen Construction Consultancy Limited. read more...read more...

With cheap PV and batteries, do we need grids?  Rate it
With cheap PV and batteries, do we need grids? In his latest article for 'GBEzine', the UK's longest established 'green building' magazine, author and energy specialist David Elliott wonders if the grid could one day become an unnecessary infrastructural burden. With around half of green energy generation in Germany now being in the hands of consumers and local energy co-ops, and the cost of PV falling almost daily, some look to a future in which power grids and big utility companies are less important - most of us will generate the energy we need locally. read more...read more...

UK solar PV industry future lies in the balance  Rate it
UK solar PV industry future lies in the balance The head of one of the UK’s long-established solar photovoltaic (PV) installation companies has called for common sense and a long-term sensible approach regarding the future of solar Feed-in-Tariffs (FITS), to avoid wasting the gains that have been achieved over recent years. read more...read more...
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