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BRE to set sustainability standard for new homes - out for consultation until 25 July 2014

Posted on July 1, 2014 at 10:01 0 Comments

BRE to set sustainability standard for new homes

22 June 2014

Voluntary system comes in wake of government’s plan to axe Code for Sustainable Homes

BRE is to develop a voluntary sustainability standard for new homes following the government’s proposal to scrap the Code for Sustainable Homes.

It says the new standard will allow developers to…


Over half of homes under modern space standards, says report

Posted on June 19, 2014 at 13:30 0 Comments

Article from Planning Resource:

18 June 2014 by John Geoghegan

More than half of English homes fall short of modern space standards, according to a new study.

Research by Cambridge University analysed 16,000 dwellings in England and found that 55 per…


Living City: The Anatomy of a Green Capital at Architecture Centre until 10 Aug 2014

Posted on May 19, 2014 at 9:42 0 Comments

Do try and pop in to the Architecture Centre (between Arnolfini and the Youth Hostel just near Pero’s Bridge) to see the current exhibition, it is about  what makes a healthy and sustainable city.

Public health colleagues here and at UWE (part of a Bristol Health Partners Health Improvement Team) have helped with this, it is there until 10 August 2014.

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Wednesday to Friday, 11am – 5pm

Saturday and Sunday, 12 – 5pm

Closed all day Monday…


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At 21:42 on December 15, 2012, Simon Randolph said…

Hello Stephen,

I love the video, 'Now that's what I call a conservation area'. Was it made by a Bristolian (you)?

In a way, it is the obverse view of the one I present in my photos of Stokes Croft on this website.  I was focusing on the buildings. The maker of this film injects the area with vitality, not really concerned at all with the varied nature of the architecture - which is all largely out of sight above the camera's viewpoint. Put the two together - a thriving multicultural, multi-ethnic community and a richly diverse architectural heritage and you have really created an area that has the potential to be the most vibrant and visually exciting in the whole of Bristol.


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