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Zero-carbon housing development welcomes its first families in North Ireland

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 02, 2016 01:03 AM
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by Lucy Wang last modified Feb 01, 2016

Funded by the Department of Social Development, Killynure Green will comprise 65 high quality, zero-carbon homes when complete. The 39 first phase units, which recently welcomed their first families, are arranged in a series of clusters surrounded by greenery, ranging from private to communal spaces, including public wildflower meadows and a central playground. To take advantage of passive solar heating, the homes are outfitted with large south-facing facades that open up to enclosed winter gardens. Related:...





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