Short-listed entry for the first English Partnerships’ ‘Carbon Challenge’ competition, a scheme for 185 dwellings achieving Level 6 of the Code for Sustainable Homes.

A sustainable mixed-use development on the site of the former Hanham Hall Hospital in Bristol. An essential part of the brief was to provide new dwellings that exceed Level 6 of the Code, resulting in a ‘zero carbon’ footprint, and to convert Hanham Hall itself into apartments, thereby ensuring the future of this fine Listed building.

The proposals aim to bring sustainable living into the mainstream by balancing the need to achieve zero carbon with that of

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