VELFAC windows and window walling have been installed in the UK’s first carbon neutral school, built as part of an ambitious scheme to transform an unkempt piece of land in Islington, London, into an exemplar carbon-negative development.
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Located in a conservation area within central Cambridge, Eden Street Backway is a small development of eight two-storey dwellings, built with a focus on quality and sustainability, and in a contemporary design which remains sympathetic to the surrounding 19th century neighbourhood.
Contemporary design, adaptability and sustainability are key drivers for Greenfield Place, Hayes, a group of 14 eco-homes from homebuilder Latis Homes. As ‘light and spaciousness’ were fundamental to the overall concept, VELFAC windows were specified for the project, chosen both for the system’s impeccable environmental credentials and stylish design.
VELFAC composite windows and doors deliver low-energy, low-maintenance performance at the Lantern Craft Workshops in Ringwood, while at the same time enhancing the bright, light and positive atmosphere that has proved to be such a success with everyone who works there.
The versatile VELFAC composite system is fully exploited at Lime Grove, Ashford, an award-winning development of nine detached houses in six house designs.