In 2008, Whitehill & Bordon was selected to be one of four Eco-towns that would set new standards for zero carbon development in the country. Over the last two years, work has been underway to build a small number of demonstration projects that test new technologies and methods for delivering low energy buildings. The Eco-terrace competition is the third demonstration project that will form part of a small exhibition site in the town. The competition was looking for a design team that could address contemporary challenges in housing today: delivering sustainable, liveable and affordable homes.
Features contributions from Sarah Allan, Whitehill & Bordon Eco-town team, sustainability expert and Richard Partington from Richards Partington Architects. Chaired by Robin Nicholson, senior partner at Edward Cullinan Architects.
The event took place at The Building Centre on Friday 22 June and was supported by the NHBC (National House-Building Council).
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