Passivhaus

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Andrew Kubski, director of development and asset management at WSHA, believes a pioneering housing project in Glasgow can offer insights for other projects wanting to procure and develop to the Passivhaus standard. West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) is currently developing the largest

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Duncan Smith has joined the Passivhaus Trust (PHT) as director of operations and external affairs in a joint role with the Association for Environment Conscious Building (AECB). The role will help explore and develop the synergies of the PHT and AECB's common agenda, whilst maintaining the

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Rounding up the Scottish Housing News COP26SHN feature showcasing the social housing sector’s efforts to combat climate change is Hanover Scotland’s development being built to Passivhaus standards in Drymen. With a portfolio including more than 5,000 properties, located in more than 200

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A Scottish Labour MSP is to launch a consultation on legislation that would see all new-build housing meet the internationally recognised ‘Passivhaus’ standard. Fife MSP Alex Rowley is drawing up a proposal for a private member’s bill that would see all new housing constructed in S

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A public consultation is underway on a proposal from Midlothian Council to submit a planning application for a new development of around 134 homes for rent at the former Newbattle High School playing fields site near Dalkeith.

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A future housing development site in Bonhill has been chosen by West Dunbartonshire Council for a new pilot scheme of Passivhaus energy efficient homes. Innovative homes generally need 90% less energy for heating and hot water than standard buildings and so have very low running costs.

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