We are delighted to announce that the ABC net zero approach has been adopted by the City of Edinburgh Council as part of their design guidance for the Council led house building programme. This will support the delivery of the Councils ambition to be net zero carbon by 2030 and aligns with their holistic approach to placemaking and sustainability.
Kate Campbell, Housing Convenor with the City of Edinburgh Council said: “Through one of the most ambitious council-led housebuilding programmes in the UK, we are transforming residents’ lives and creating places where people want to live, work and play. All this while we also look to meet a key target for the city to be carbon neutral by 2030. This won’t be easy but by being early adopters of world-leading and innovative technologies, such as the Anderson Bell + Christie method, we are making huge headway. This will ensure we build homes that are fit for purpose, energy efficient and are cheaper to heat, particularly through cold winters like the one we’ve just experienced.”