Gloucester Place Mews EnerPHit

  • Client: The Portman Estate
  • Architect: Feilden+Mawson
  • PassivHaus Designer & BREEAM Assessor: Sturgis Carbon Profiling
  • Structural Engineer: Furness Partnership
  • M&E Engineer: Leonard Engineering Design Associates
  • Contractor: Richardsons (Nyewood) Ltd
  • Building Standard: EnerPHit (PassivHaus Retro) & BREEAM ‘Excellent’

The first Grade II Listed building to be retrofitted to EnerPHit standard and be certified as BREEAM ‘Excellent’ at practical completion.

Located in the Portman Estate Conservation Area, the 3-bedroom mews house has been refurbished to the highest energy efficiency standard (PassivHaus retrofit).

Sturgis Carbon Profiling acted as the PassivHaus Designer and BREEAM Assessor, advising the teams through all stages. To achieve its sustainability targets, the SCP’s strategy focused on:

Fabric Improvement

Environmental Features

Further details

BREEAM Certification

The project was also assessed under BREEAM UK Domestic Refurbishment 2014 achieving a score of 78.85% – ‘Excellent’ at post construction.

Overall, this project goes above and beyond the challenges of a listed property. It is built as a very efficient and healthy environment to live in, saving on tenants’ energy bills and carbon emissions while it operates no different to any other dwellings and cannot be distinguished externally from its neighbors.

 

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