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Admirals Hard
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EnerPHit

Admirals Hard

FINALIST of the UK Passivhaus Awards 2015 - Situated on the Stonehouse peninsula, by the banks of the River Tamar, Number 3 Admirals Hard was built in the 1950s and comprises a shop on the ground floor and WARMs office, originally a flat, on the first floor. The first floor is EnerPHit certified. The extensive retrofit works included external wall insulation, cavity wall fill, floor insulation (between the office and the shop), roof insulation at rafter level, high levels of air tightness and high-performance triple-glazed windows, as well as a self-balancing MVHR system.
Construction typeMasonry CavityProject typeRefurbishment
Property typeDetached SectorCommercial
LocationPlymouth DevonProject ownerWARM: Low Energy Building Practice
Passivhaus certified building

Admirals Hard

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Pre-dev ForecastMeasured
CO₂ emissions - - -
Primary energy requirement - - -
Annual space heat demand - - -
  • Whole house calculation method : PHPP
  • Floor area : 80.9
  • Airtightness : -

Planned occupancy : -

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Barmouth Road
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EnerPHit

Barmouth Road

Barmouth Road in Wandsworth, London is a Victorian terraced house retrofitted to the EnerPHit standard. To meet strict planning requirements the building was insulated internally and triple glazed sash look-alike casement windows were installed to retain the original appearance of the facade.
Construction typeSolid BrickProject typeRefurbishment
Property typeMid Terrace SectorPrivate Residential
LocationWandsworth LondonProject ownerGreen Tomato Energy
Passivhaus certified building

Barmouth Road

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Pre-dev ForecastMeasured
CO₂ emissions - 20 kg CO₂/m².yr -
Primary energy requirement - 114 kWh/m².yr -
Annual space heat demand - 23 kWh/m².yr -
  • Whole house calculation method : PHPP
  • Floor area : 139
  • Airtightness : 0.87 m³/m².hr @ 50 Pascals

Planned occupancy : 3 persons

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Burnham Overy Staithe
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PassivHaus

Burnham Overy Staithe

Three Passivhaus affordable homes built within the North Norfolk AONB, reflecting the local vernacular of traditional fishermens cottages. An award winning project in the Architectural Design category at the 2014 UK Passivhaus Awards.
Construction typeSolid BrickProject typeNew build
Property typeSemi-Detached SectorPublic Residential
LocationSwaffham NorfolkProject ownerParsons + Whittley
Passivhaus certified building

Burnham Overy Staithe

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Pre-dev ForecastMeasured
CO₂ emissions - - -
Primary energy requirement - - -
Annual space heat demand - 14 kWh/m².yr -
  • Whole house calculation method : PHPP
  • Floor area : 201.6
  • Airtightness : -

Planned occupancy : -

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Bushbury Hill Primary School
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PassivHaus

Bushbury Hill Primary School

Bushbury Hill primary school was one of the first projects in the country to achieve Passivhaus certification in February 2012. The school was built to the same budget and completed in the same time frame as a traditional build. Due to the challenging nature of the site, there was extensive consultation with the school and its neighbours throughout the design and construction process.
Construction typeOak frameProject typeNew build
Property typeDetached SectorPublic
LocationWolverhampton West MidlandsProject owner-
Passivhaus certified building

Bushbury Hill Primary School

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Pre-dev ForecastMeasured
CO₂ emissions - 28 kg CO₂/m².yr -
Primary energy requirement - 117 kWh/m².yr -
Annual space heat demand - 14 kWh/m².yr -
  • Whole house calculation method : PHPP
  • Floor area : 1707
  • Airtightness : 0.53 m³/m².hr @ 50 Pascals

Planned occupancy : -

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Cae Gliesion
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PassivHaus

Cae Gliesion

Architects Pentan Partnership completed two Passivhaus homes for Hendre Housing Association - in partnership with contractors Holbrook Construction and BRE Wales. The brief was to design a pair of 3-bedroom, semi-detached homes that were not recognisably different in their overall appearance from the neighbouring houses
Construction typeOtherProject typeNew build
Property typeSemi-Detached SectorPublic
LocationBridgend BridgendProject ownerHendre Housing Association
Passivhaus certified building

Cae Gliesion

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Pre-dev ForecastMeasured
CO₂ emissions - - -
Primary energy requirement - - -
Annual space heat demand - - -
  • Whole house calculation method : -
  • Floor area : 1
  • Airtightness : -

Planned occupancy : -

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Camden Passivhaus
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Camden Passivhaus

Camden Passivhaus in Ranulf Road, designed by bere:architects and completed in April 2010, is Londons first Passivhaus. The project is a 118m2 single family house split over two floors. The primary objective of this project is to achieve a comfortable home for a young family, whilst minimising energy consumption. It contains two wild flower meadow roofs and a south facing garden enclosed by an ivy fence to increase local biodiversity. Healthy air and water quality is prioritised by using non-toxic materials; heat recovery ventilation and water filtration for drinking and bathing. Mains water use is supplemented by an underground water harvesting tank providing water for irrigation.
Construction typeSoftwood frameProject typeNew build
Property typeDetached SectorPrivate Residential
LocationLondon LondonProject ownerbere:architects
Passivhaus certified building

Camden Passivhaus

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Pre-dev ForecastMeasured
CO₂ emissions - 20 kg CO₂/m².yr -
Primary energy requirement - 91 kWh/m².yr -
Annual space heat demand - 13.3 kWh/m².yr -
  • Whole house calculation method : PHPP
  • Floor area : 100
  • Airtightness : 0.4 m³/m².hr @ 50 Pascals

Planned occupancy : 2-3 people

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Canolfan Hyddgen
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PassivHaus

Canolfan Hyddgen

Canolfan Hyddgen - built in 2008 & occupied in January 2009 - is the UKs 1st certified Passivhaus office building located in Machynlleth, Wales. As a BREEAM excellent Multi-occupancy building with over 15 tenants it provides Bi lingual IT provision for the adjacent school, night classes, adult learning, meeting rooms, drop-in centre and council service point. JPW led the design team and partnered with the Client to satisfy a brief which demanded a building which could maximise revenue through flexible/continous use and minimise running costs via energy efficiency to create a environmentally & financially sustainable facility. Consultation with stakeholders at the earliest opportunity embedded a passivhaus approach into a design focused on local natural aesthetics & materials. On going monitoring, regular servicing and induction of building users has enabled continual reduction of energy consumption below predicted for the last 4 years.
Construction typeOtherProject typeNew build
Property typeDetached SectorCommercial
LocationMachynlleth PowysProject ownerJPW Construction
Passivhaus certified building

Canolfan Hyddgen

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Pre-dev ForecastMeasured
CO₂ emissions - - -
Primary energy requirement - - -
Annual space heat demand - - -
  • Whole house calculation method : -
  • Floor area : 410
  • Airtightness : -

Planned occupancy : -

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Carnegie Village, Leeds Metropolitan University
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PassivHaus

Carnegie Village, Leeds Metropolitan University

As the first student accommodation building in the UK to be accredited to the PassivHaus standard, Carnegie Village adopts a ground-breaking design to reduce the carbon footprint of the Universitys student accommodation. As well as energy saving features throughout the scheme, the project itself is made up of 13% recycled materials. The scheme achieved a BREEAM excellent rating.
Construction typeOtherProject typeNew build
Property typeDetached SectorPrivate Residential
LocationLeeds West YorkshireProject ownerLeeds Metropolitan University
Passivhaus certified building

Carnegie Village, Leeds Metropolitan University

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Pre-dev ForecastMeasured
CO₂ emissions - - -
Primary energy requirement - - -
Annual space heat demand - - -
  • Whole house calculation method : -
  • Floor area : 294
  • Airtightness : -

Planned occupancy : -

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Centre for Disability Studies: Jean Strutt House
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Renewable electricity

Centre for Disability Studies: Jean Strutt House

Simmonds.Mills Architects were commissioned by the charity Disability Essex. The brief called for a sustainable building that would provide office and meeting room spaces for the Charitys staff, clients and visitors, as well as providing letable space for the charity to rent out to similar organisations. The Centre for Disability Studies has been designed as two closely linked buildings a North Wing, Jean Strutt House; & a South Wing, The Peter Broughton Wing. The brief required a combination of high levels of thermal comfort, low running costs and low CO2 emissions. In addition the Charity also decided to generate electricity on site in order to create an income stream and further reduce emissions.
Construction typeOtherProject typeNew build
Property typeDetached SectorPublic
LocationRochford EssexProject ownerDisability Essex
Passivhaus certified building

Centre for Disability Studies: Jean Strutt House

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Pre-dev ForecastMeasured
CO₂ emissions - 18 kg CO₂/m².yr -
Primary energy requirement - 81 kWh/m².yr -
Annual space heat demand - 15 kWh/m².yr -
  • Whole house calculation method : PHPP
  • Floor area : 307
  • Airtightness : 0.33 m³/m².hr @ 50 Pascals

Planned occupancy : North WingOffices 10 peopleTraining room: 20-25Foyer: variable

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Centre for Disability Studies: The Peter Broughton Wing
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-
Renewable electricity

Centre for Disability Studies: The Peter Broughton Wing

Simmonds.Mills Architects were commissioned by Disability Essex, a charity based in Essex, UK. The Centre for Disability Studies has been designed as two closely linked buildings; a North Wing, Jean Strutt House and a South Wing, The Peter Broughton Wing. The brief for the The Peter Broughton Wing called for a sustainable building that would provide lettable open plan multipurpose space for the charity to rent out to similar organisations.
Construction typeOtherProject typeNew build
Property typeDetached SectorPublic
LocationRochford EssexProject ownerDisability Essex
Passivhaus certified building

Centre for Disability Studies: The Peter Broughton Wing

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Pre-dev ForecastMeasured
CO₂ emissions - 24 kg CO₂/m².yr -
Primary energy requirement - 114 kWh/m².yr -
Annual space heat demand - 14 kWh/m².yr -
  • Whole house calculation method : PHPP
  • Floor area : 211
  • Airtightness : 0.33 m³/m².hr @ 50 Pascals

Planned occupancy : -