Broadland Housing Association is working to reduce carbon emissions generated from the construction of new homes. Timber frame is proposed that will also reduce construction time, noise and dust. Properties are proposed to be brick finished with clay roof tiles and flush casement windows.
Thermal performance will, as a minimum, meet forthcoming changes to Building Regulations Part L for the Conservation of Fuel and Power, using electric air source heat pumps and waste water heat recovery. Electric vehicle charging points will be provided if the main grid allows.