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Front cover image: Agar Grove, London borough of Camden ŠPassivhaus Trust Inside cover image: Christow Passivhaus,Teign Housing Association. ŠMitchell Architects/ Photography David Hamely


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Images left - right: 1. Passivhaus principles, ©Passivhaus Institute. 2. Passivhaus certification seal, ©Passivhaus Institute. 3. Milford Way, Swansea. ©Architype/ Phil Boorman. 4. MVHR unit, ©Green Building Store. 5. Agar Grove, London borough of Camden ©Jack Hobhouse


The low gas bill means that my children will get Christmas presents this year, and if it carries on like this, we might be able to have a family holiday next year. Wimbish Resident, Hastoe Group


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You could hear the raspiness in my baby daughter’s cough and a constantly runny nose. She doesn’t suffer from that anymore since we’ve been here, she doesn’t cough in the night.

Akerman Road resident, Lambeth Council

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Passivhaus is a good way of building because it both helps with fuel poverty and is aligned with the Council's climate change agenda through carbon emissions reduction. Andrew Turnbull, Senior housing development officer, Norwich City Council

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1. Carrowbreck Meadow, Broadland Growth Ltd ©HBS/ Jefferson Smith 2. Hindolveston Road Housing, Broadland Housing Association, ©Mole Architects 3. Agar Grove, London Borough of Camden. ©Passivhaus Trust 4. Knights Place, Exeter City Council. ©Gale & Snowden 5. Rayne Park, Norwich Regeneration Ltd ©Hamson Barron Smith 6. Cameron Close, Southern Housing Group ©PCKO Table 1.1 – UK housing: Fit for the future? Pg 42

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1 + 2. Erneley Close, One Manchester Housing ©R-gen Development 3. Wimbish Housing II, Hastoe Group. ©Parsons + Whittley. 4. Christow Passivhaus,Teign Housing Association. ©Mitchell Architects/ David Hamley 5. St John’s Almshouses, St John’s Hospital ©KKE Architects Pg 9 1. Akerman Road, Lambeth Council ©15-40 Architecture/Paul Samuel 2. Hindolveston Road Housing, Broadland Housing Association ©Mole Architects Pg 10 1. Passivhaus certified plaque, ©Green Building Store. 2. Rayne Park, Norwich Regeneration Ltd ©Hamson Barron Smith 3. Full fill cavity wall ©Parsons + Whittley. 4. Sharnbook Passivhaus, ©Hastoe Group. Pg 11 1. Carrowbreck Meadow, Broadland Growth Ltd. ©HBS/Jefferson Smith. 2. Silverberry Close, Exeter City Council ©Gale & Snowden 3. Net Zero diagram, ©Passivhaus Trust, 4. Wilmcote House, Portsmouth City Council. ©ECD Architects, 5. Primrose Park, ©Plymouth Community Homes

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1. Lawrence Weston, Bristol City Council ©Halsall. 2. Ditchingham Passivhaus, Hastoe Group ©Parsons + Whittley. 3. Akerman Road, Lambeth Council ©15-40 Architecture/Paul Samuel 4. Milford Way, Swansea. ©Architype/Phil Boorman Pg 13 1. Agar Grove, London Borough of Camden. ©Passivhaus Trust 2. Chester Long Court, ©Exeter City Council 3. Rainham Passivhaus, ©Circle Housing Group. 4. Gales Place Passivhaus, Crawley Borough Council. ©Accredited Passivhaus Design Pg 14 1. Standings Court, Saxon Weald Housing Association ©MH Architects 2. Rayne Park, Norwich Regeneration Ltd©HBS/Denise Bradley 3.Callaughtons Ash, South Shropshire Housing Association ©Architype 4.Dobbins Place, Crawley Borough Council. ©Accredited Passivhaus Design 5.Burnham Overy Staithe, Hastoe Group. ©Parsons + Whittley Pg 15 1. Rayne Park, Norwich Regeneration Ltd ©RG Carter 2. Goldsmith Street, Norwich City Council. ©Mikhail Riches/Matthew Pattenden 3. Fairglen Phase 2 ©Lilly Lewarne Architects, 4. Turners Hill Road, Hastoe Group. ©PCKO Pg 16 1. Goldsmith Street, Norwich City Council. ©Mikhail Riches/Tim Croker, 2. Airtightness Signage ©Baker & Co Insulation, 3. Wimbish Passivhaus, Hastoe Group. ©Parsons + Whittley. 4. Hatfield Heath, ©Hastoe Group 5. Passivhaus Certification plaque, ©Passivhaus Institute Pg 17 1. Sharnbrook Passivhaus, ©Hastoe Group. 2. Sampson Close, ©Orbit Heart of England. 3. MVHR guidance note, ©Alan Clarke

04 NEXT STEPS Pg 18 1. Burnham Overy Staithe, Hastoe Group. ©Parsons + Whittley, 2. Glasgow Passivhaus Social Event, ©Passivhaus Trust, 3. International Passivhaus Open Days site visit, ©Green Building Store, 4 Primrose Park, Plymouth City Council. ©Plymouth Community Homes Pg 19 1. Callaughtons Ash, South Shropshire Housing Association ©Architype 2. Wootton Wawen, ©Warwickshire Rural Housing Association, 3. Certified Tradesperson logo ©Passivhaus Institute, 4. Erneley Close, One Manchester Housing ©R-gen Development


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