Energy Council carried out Air Quality monitoring for BREEAM, for the new Leeds Beckett CTAR (Carnegie Teaching and Research) Building.
Silk Street, Manchester
Energy Council have been working alongside Rowlinson Constructions on the Silk street development.
Located in Manchester, Silk street is a new development consisting on 69 new low carbon homes with the aim to turn a long-term brownfield site into affordable social housing.
The houses will have generous gardens and solar panels, while the apartments will feature living green roofs as part of the project’s low carbon commitment. This will also include the use of Ground Source Heat Pumps, electric vehicle charging points, and mechanical ventilation with heat recovery to keep utility costs down for residents.
Energy Council are currently undertaking Energy & Sustainability & Ancillary Testing Services to meet building regulations.
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