Passivhaus Affiliate

250 Riverfront apartments development secures planning approval.

Carrow Quay

Artist's impression of Carrow Quay: Ingleton Wood

Committed to 75% passivhaus construction within their build programme, Broadland Housing Association targets building fabric performance in an attempt to minimise fuel poverty for its tenants. The Housing Association have been trail blazing residential Passivhaus developments with Fulmodeston Village certified, and recently receiving reserved matters planning approval for a 250 home development in Norwich.

Carrow Quay, is located along the river Wensum on the outskirts of Norwich city centre on a brown field site that is part of a regeneration of an industrial area.

Designed by Ingleton Wood, the 3 mixed use blocks of 250 apartments range from 5-9 storeys, and also contain offices, community space, and car park. 

Passivhaus certifiers Herz-Lang GmbH collaborated on the project to develop the principles of the building’s thermal envelope.

Construction is due to start early 2015.

11th December 2013

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