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  • 1. BedZED Beddington Zero Energy Development Completed: 2002 Developer: Peabody Trust Architect: Bill Dunster Architect Environmental Consultant : BioRegional Development Group Location: Wallington,South London
  • 2. Introduction
    • Sustainability, both environmental and social is, fundamental
    • to the PeaBody Trust mission to fight poverty in London. The
    • Trust works to develop desirable homes and build thriving
    • communities with a long-term future .
  • 3. BedZED
    • The Beddington Zero Energy Development is the UK’s
    • largest carbon-neutral eco-community - the first of it’s kind in
    • this country. It is a mixed-use, mixed-tenure development that
    • incorporates innovative approaches to energy conservation
    • and environmental sustainability .
  • 4. Features Of BedZED
    • Homes
    • BedZED provides 82 residential homes
    • 34 of these are for outright sale
    • 23 for shared ownership
    • 10 for key workers
    • 15 at affordable rent for social housing
    • Also buildings for commercial use, an exhibition centre and a children’s nursery
  • 5. Features of BedZED
    • The Buildings
    • The buildings are built using materials that store heat during warm conditions and release the heat at cooler times. Triple glazed windows.
    • All buildings have a 300mm insulation jacket around them.
    • Houses are arranged in south facing terraces to maximise heat gain from the sun, known as passive solar gain.
    • Each terrace is backed onto by a north facing office, where minimal solar gain reduces the tendency to overheat and the need for energy hungry air conditioning.
  • 6. Other Features of BedZED
    • Where possible buildings are made from natural, recycled or reclaimed materials.
    • All wood used has been approved by the Forest Stewardship Council.
    • Homes are fitted with low energy lighting, and energy efficient appliances
    • Meters are mounted in each home to enable residents to keep track of their heat and electricity use.
    • There is a combined heat and power plant, the heat produced by the power plant is used to heat water which is distributes around the site as a form of heating.
  • 7. Other Features Of BedZED
    • Some power is generated by burning off-cuts from tree surgery waste that would otherwise go to landfill. Wood - carbon neutral fuel because the CO2 released when wood is burnt equals that absorbed by the tree when it grows.
    • Green Transport Plan which promotes walking, cycling and use of public transport.
    • Car pool for residents to use – these are electrical cars. There is onsite charging facilities for these cars.
    • Pedestrian First Policy – good lighting, drop kerbs for prams and wheelchairs and a road layout that keeps cars to a walking speed.
    • Building materials come from nearby – 35 mile radius.
  • 8. Other Features Of BedZED
    • Water Strategy – aims to cut water use by 1/3 rd through the use of water saving appliances (lower volume baths, dual flush toilets, flow restrictors on taps) and also recycling water and harvesting rainwater.
    • Handbook for every household with tips on reducing water use.
    • Recycling bins in every home
    • Buildings have Solar Photovoltaic panels which convert the sun into energy.
    • Houses designed to maximise the use of natural light.
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  • 16. Awards
    • Civic Trust Sustainability Award – 2004
    • Finalist for Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM) Award for Sustainable communities – 2003
    • Housing Design Award – 2003
    • RIBA Journal Sustainability Award – 2003
    • Finalist for the Stirling Prize – 2003
    • Finalist for the World Habitat Awards – 2002
    • Building Energy Globe Award – 2002
    • Building Services Award for Innovation – 2002
    • UK Solar Awards – 2001
    • Housing Design Award for Sustainability – 2001