Zero energy homes for Manchester

The Jessiefields project, which is awaiting planning permission, would see a block of 13 zero energy flats built in Manchester. The flats would sell for £250,000 each, and have triple glazing and heavy insulation to cut heat loss whilst incorporating solar and wind power and rainwater capture.

There are a lot of flat developments going up in and around Manchester, and as steep as it sounds £250k isn’t that high a price, especially if the apartments promise energy savings and investment potential.

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  • Anonymous

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  • Chris

    For get about the onsite biomass heating and go with Ground source heat exchange unit. Lower operation and maintenance costs with the added benefit of airconditioning.