Passivhaus Affiliate

Members: Building Clients

Bugford Mill

Crediton

Green Gull Ltd

Haverfordwest

Green Gull is a privately owned company focused on residential property development in Pembrokeshire and West Wales. Green Gull invests in sustainable new build and refurbishment opportunities with a commitment to deliver high quality design and construction. The performance of all homes will far exceed current minimum requirements for energy efficiency, have low emissions, employ proven technology and be constructed to PassivHaus standard. Green Gull is also investigating the commercial viability of constructing PassivHaus affordable homes. It works closely with local architects, tradespersons, suppliers, utility companies, local authorities and uses locally sourced materials wherever possible.

Greenoak Housing Association

Woking

Greenoak is a small developing housing association working in Surrey and Sussex. Since 2000 we have addressed the linked themes of sustainability, design quality and construction performance through a quality-driven development process. Our central tenet is ˜liveability": simple, passive solutions that will minimise the risk of problems for tenants and achieve good building performance. Future-proofing is achieved by allowing for renewable energy systems to be retro-fitted. The latest scheme in West Sussex is designed to CSH level 4 and is the first scheme to use renewable energy: a solar hot water system.

Website: http://www.greenoakha.org

Passivhaus Associates

St Andrews

We provide design, consultancy and build support services for Passivhaus and "close to" Passivhaus projects. Graham Drummond and Chris Morgan are the principals. Our first project, the Craigrothie certified Passivhaus, was completed in 2011. We are based in Fife, Scotland and are actively involved with the Passivhaus Trust Scotland Group.

Website: http://www.passivhausassociates.co.uk

The Making Project

London

The aims of The Making Project are: To improve the quality of teaching of Design & Technology at all Key stages. To work with teachers in planning and teaching in the classroom. To raise awareness of the cross curricular links with Design & Technology. To work with Heads of Departments and Curriculum Leaders to plan and organise an exciting, challenging curriculum. To provide INSET training for primary school teachers to help them integrate Design & Technology into the wider curriculum and build cross curricular links. To use Design & Technology to raise standards across the school. To provide in class support for primary teachers to familiarise them with the methodology of the subject. To provide professional support through the National Association of Advisers and Inspectors in Design and Technology (NAAIDT) and the Design and Technology Association (DaTA). To provide teachers with a ‘help line’ for advice and support.