Glasgow just got its first Passive House affordable housing project, Cunningham House: a deft fusing of an historic church building with a modern 5‑story tower, developed by Shettleston Housing Association.
According to reporting by Scottish Housing News, Councillor Susan Aitken, leader of Glasgow City Council, said of the new Passive House project: “The extremely high construction standards will bring a host of benefits to residents, including lower fuel bills, improved air quality, a more comfortable living environment, and reduced C02 emissions. I have always said that climate and social justice should go hand in hand and by tackling climate change and fuel poverty Passivhaus does just that.”
Learn more in the article, “Glasgow’s first Passivhaus development for social rent opens.”
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