UK’s largest eco-village gets go ahead | News | Architects Journal

Architects Journal reports

“HTA Architects has received planning permission to build 195 zero carbon homes as part of the Hanham Hall development in South Gloucestershire

The development, which is being backed by Barratt Developments and the Homes & Communities Agency (HCA), will be the UK’s first to be built to Level 6 of the Code for Sustainable Homes.”

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  • Ellen Thorogood-Page

    Will these level 6 homes display some exciting ‘new’ architectural design?

    What about the interiors? Will the developer be looking at sustainable and ‘green’ products for flooring, wall coverings, lighting etc?

    I’d be most interested to hear