£2.2m scheme will cut 1970s building’s energy use by 95%
Architype has won planning for a £2.2m learning centre in the South Downs National Park which involved the retrofit of a 1970s building with local materials.
The project, in the countryside south-west of Petersfield, is predicted to improve the energy performance of the existing building by 95% and its carbon credentials by 80%.
As one of the first commercial projects in the UK to be built to Passivhaus’ retrofit standard, EnerPHit, the architect said the New Learning Centre would act as a demonstrator for low-energy refurbishment.
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