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Ecoterrace Design Quality Presentation

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Presentation during seminar organised by HCA and RIBA exploring how to ensure design quality. Looks at how issues such as communication techniques that foster ownership in all members of the design …

Presentation during seminar organised by HCA and RIBA exploring how to ensure design quality. Looks at how issues such as communication techniques that foster ownership in all members of the design team.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Setting the context
    • North Staffordshire Housing Market Renewal Pathfinder Area (RENEW North Staffordshire)
    • Intervention areas
    • - Areas of Major Intervention (AMIs)
    • - General Renewal Areas (GRAs)
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  • 7. RENEW Key Facts Although some of these facts relate specifically to Stoke on Trent, the issues are reflected in the other intervention areas across North Staffordshire.
    • Between 1999 and 2003, Stoke on Trent lost 1,450 residents a year
    • In the last 50 years, the population of the old Six Towns has halved
    • 7000 homes (4.3%) across the conurbation are empty. In central areas this rose from 7.7% to 9.4% during 2005
    • If new build and clearance continued at past rates, it was estimated that there would be a surplus of 20,000 homes
    • The original RENEW prospectus recommended 14,000 properties be cleared and replaced with 12,000 new build properties. However, the clearance figures have now been greatly reduced
    • If economic and Housing Market Renewal strategies are successful, it is estimated that we will stop losing population by 2011, and bring the number of empty properties down to a normal level by 2021
  • 8. Chesterton General Renewal Area
    • Predominantly pre 1919 terraced-type properties
    • Lack of investment into private sector stock
    • Empty properties
    • Failing retail units
    • Poor environment
  • 9. Intervention to date
    • 20 Housing Corporation funded refurbishments - 10 for social rent 10 for outright sale
    • General Renewal Works :
    • - Facelift work
    • - Boundary wall schemes
    • - Environmental improvements
    • Eco terraced properties
  • 10. Before After
  • 11. Economic
  • 12. Environmental
  • 13. Ecoterrace - the brief
    • Regional Housing Board Funding (£840,000 maximum)
    • Minimum of 6 terraced-type properties
    • Must achieve minimum CSH Level 3 (Eco XB – Eco Homes very good)
    • Ideas must be transferable
    • Within General Renewal Area
    • Attract other funds
  • 14. Staffs Housing requirements
    • Ecohomes excellent
    • Contemporary living
    • Full remodelling of terraced units
    • Housing Corporation compliant D&Q standards
    • Effective PR and sharing good practice
    • Award-winning
  • 15. Eco terrace - acquisitions
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  • 17. www.ecoterrace.co.uk The Energy Saving Refurbishment 2008
  • 18. Demolitions? Emissions? diagram courtesy of Casey Cole – carbonlimited.org
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    • 160,000 homes in Newcastle/Stoke
    • 90,000 in council tax band A
    • 50% byelaw terrace houses?
    • Approx. 45,000 terraces in area
    • Standard terrace house SAP: 20-30
    • Heating costs: £800-1200 per year
    • CO 2 : 102kg/m 2 per year
    • Approx 6.6 tonnes / year / house
  • 20. The competition bid: a) generic solutions for the typical terrace house...
  • 21. b) design for a specific property…
  • 22. c) proposals for a wider context…
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    • Carbon reduction:
    • EPC Band B / Ecohomes Excellent
    • 78 CO kg/m 2 /year reduction
    • 5.3 tonnes CO 2 reduction per year
    • Cash savings:
    • 24 CO 2 kg/m 2 /year new performance
    • Heating costs: approx £200 per year
    • £100 saving per month
  • 24. Comfort improvements: A sustainable house is one that sells!
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  • 26. ground floor
    • Passive solar gains
    • Recycled plastic loft insulation – U-value: 0.20
    • Heavily insulated floors – U-value: 0.25
    • Kingspan drylined walls – U-value: 0.30
    • Isover sound reduction insulation
    existing new build
  • 27. first floor
    • Nuaire Sunwarm solar panel hot water cylinder
    • Nuaire Sunwarm positive pressure ventilation
    • 100% low energy lights
    • High efficiency ‘Band A’ boiler
    • Tap flow regulators
    existing new build
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    • Agree criteria for QUALITY
    • Performance based brief
    • Project concept has co-ownership.
    • Role of critical friends
    • Dialogue with project partners fosters corporate responsibility.
    • Project framework to support same…eg: project hub software.
    • Importance of monitoring post completion
    • Open source sharing of experiences Transferability of ideas built in on day one.
    Achieving design quality…
  • 38.
    • Working in partnership:
    • Staffordshire Housing Association
    • Newcastle Borough Council
    • Regional Housing Board (RHE)
    • RENEW North Staffordshire
    • Housing Corporation
    • Axis Design Architects
    • Carbon Trust