New funding announcement for construction of cob homes

New funding announcement for construction of cob homes

CobBauge, a multimillion pound project to build a new generation of cob houses is set to continue for four more years, thanks to the announcement of more than £4m in funding.   Phase 2 of the project has been funded by Interreg VA France (Channel) England, co-funded by the European Regional Development

Kingspan TEK provides off-site solution for luxury homes

Kingspan TEK provides off-site solution for luxury homes

The Silverlake development of sustainable homes in West Dorset is setting the standard for low-impact construction with the Kingspan TEK Building System. The bespoke holiday homes and on-site spa have all been constructed from the versatile off-site solution, ensuring excellent project efficiency.   Silverlake is an exciting new development, constructed by Conservation

Three new ‘low carbon’ homes for Bedminster housing coop

Three new ‘low carbon’ homes for Bedminster cooperative association

On June 6th, Paul Smith, Bristol City Council Cabinet Member with responsibility for Housing, cut the ribbon to open a new, ‘low carbon’ cooperative development at Philip Street in Bedminster. Three one bedroom homes have been built by Earthwise Construction for Somewhere Cooperative Housing Association, in partnership with Bristol

Eco-housing development leading the way into a sustainable future

Eco-housing development leading the way into a sustainable future

Nestled on a leafy 12-acre site just five miles from Lincoln city centre, Woodlands Edge is no typical new-build estate. With its own private woodland, tennis court, ponds and an allotment for every household, the development is leading the way in the future of eco-housing.   The development has been created by

ZEDPod starter homes chosen for first project

ZEDPod starter homes chosen for first project

The UK has a backlog of 3.9 million homes, its biggest housing shortfall on record according to new research by Heriot-Watt University. This means 340,000 new homes need to be built each year until 2031. Central Bedfordshire alone needs to build 360 affordable homes each year until 2021 under the