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The term eco house is widely used and misused. So what does it actually mean and how can you tell if a house is an eco house?
Planning Permission was Approved unanimously by Planning Committee members on the 7th October 2020, in an online ‘Zoom’ committee meeting at Broadland District Council, for our latest Paragraph 79 dwelling, The Walled Garden near Coltishall, Norfolk.
Upgrading and refurbishment is a large element of the working experience of sustainably minded architects
How can clients ensure they do the best by their building project by not only setting off on the right foot, but continuing to hold a good relationship with their chosen architect? 
The nature of the human eye and perspective can result in optical illusions which change the understanding of spatial boundaries and the space within – but this stretches beyond the purpose of this article.  
If you live in an unmodified listed, historic or older property you will know that they can be very cold in winter and heating them conventionally can lead to problems with condensation.  So, what can be done to improve this? 
The green wall is one way of introducing planting into the dense urban landscape
The UK planning system is underpinned by central government’s National Planning Policy Framework, determined and enforced by District, Borough or City Councils.
How can clients ensure they do the best by their building project by not only setting off on the right foot, but continuing to hold a good relationship with their chosen architect? 
The nature of the human eye and perspective can result in optical illusions which change the understanding of spatial boundaries and the space within – but this stretches beyond the purpose of this article.  
If you live in an unmodified listed, historic or older property you will know that they can be very cold in winter and heating them conventionally can lead to problems with condensation.  So, what can be done to improve this? 
The green wall is one way of introducing planting into the dense urban landscape
The UK planning system is underpinned by central government’s National Planning Policy Framework, determined and enforced by District, Borough or City Councils.
Previous generations seem to have been more naturally in tune with re-use as the best form of recycling and farmers, naturally careful and thrifty in what they do…
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