Passivhaus Woodland Community

Construction work is racing ahead on our 14 unit Passivhaus project in Kent. With the beam and block floors laid down for a number of units in the scheme, external walls are now being erected with a view to starting superstructure works on the remaining units during the early summer period.

The conceptual driver behind the scheme is to create a sense of community through the introduction of a communal woodland at the heart of the proposal that is accessible to all residents in the development. Boundaries between private and communal areas are manifested in the form of low hedges and gates which offer views out to the surrounding landscape and facilitate a sense of neighbourliness within the proposal.