For the fourth and final retrofit scheme for the REMOURBAN demonstration site in Sneinton, Nottingham City Council is working with Nottingham City Homes to connect four low-rise apartment blocks in Sneinton to the District Heating network.
Nottingham City Council and local partners are evaluating the impact that the REMOURBAN project has had on the city and in particular on the demonstration area Sneinton. An online survey has been developed to gather feedback.
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Nottingham City Homes have been awarded The Sustainable Homes Retrofit Project of the Year (under 50 properties) for their REMOURBAN funded Energiesprong pilot to create ultra-low energy homes and declared a gold standard sustainable landlord.
The REMOURBAN project in Nottingham, reaches an important milestone as it launches the first electric car hire offer through its Enterprise Car Club scheme in Sneinton.
REMOURBAN’s Energiesprong pilot has been cited as a best practice case study in a new report from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and Nottingham Trent University. The report states that the UK cannot build its way to a low-carbon future without retrofitting the UK’s old, cold homes to meet 2050 climate targets.
49 warmer, more sustainable homes thanks to a combination of energy efficiency improvements.
William Booth Primary School's year 6 took part in the REMOURBAN #SmartCity workshop. Representatives from Nottingham City Council worked with Mr McEnaney’s class to increase their awareness and knowledge of terms such as – smart city, sustainability, regeneration and climate change.
William Booth Primary School's year 6 are finding out what it means to be a smart city and giving their ideas for how to make Nottingham, greener more sustainable and an even better place to live.
Our project which radically improved the energy efficiency of ten homes in Sneinton won the prestigious UK Housing Award for Innovation of the Year.
Nottingham City Homes has been announced as finalist for the UK Housing Awards in the innovation category for their pioneering approach to finding solutions for Britain’s older and energy inefficient housing stock. These awards run by the Chartered Institute of Housing and Inside Housing, showcase the very best the housing sector has to offer.
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511