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Case study: Adactus Housing Group - Carbon Management Plan

Case study: Adactus Housing Group - Carbon Management Plan

Adactus Housing Group has reduced its carbon emissions by 25% within four years, a year ahead of schedule, helping to reduce customer costs. Adactus Housing Group provides more than 13,000 homes and employs over 500 staff in the North West of England. Read more…

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Rethinking Parks

Rethinking Parks

We have chosen 11 energetic and talented teams to explore new ways to use, manage and make the most of the UK's public parks. The teams are... Read more…

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ROCKWOOL EnerPHit deep retro-fit for Portsmouth high rise social housing

Refurbishment to the rigorous EnerPHit standard has commenced on three, 11-storey social housing blocks at Wilmcote House in Portsmouth, the retrofit equivalent of Passivhaus standards. Read more…

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Green Building Management Toolkit

Green Building Management Toolkit

The Better Buildings Partnership’s first work on the owner-occupier dynamic was its ‘Green Lease Toolkit’, published in April 2009, which received industry-wide recognition. Read more…

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Principles for a Human City

Guidance and industry reports

‘Principles for a Human City’ responds, and gives further definition to, the ‘emerging principles’ for the future regeneration of King’s Cross, published jointly by LCR, the London Borough of Camden and the King’s Cross Partnership in November 1997 (see Appendix B). Read more…

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Demystifying Green Infrastructure

Guidance and industry reports

This report seeks to consolidate existing information on Green Infrastructure (GI) for those working in the built environment, providing a simple, accessible guide. Read more…

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