Thomond. LEEDS, 24th October 2014 – The Conservation Volunteers group erecting trellis at Lilac Grove in Leeds, a co-housing project built on the site of a former school in the city. 20 ecological housing units, constructed from timber, straw insulation and lime, are set in communal gardens, allotments, laundry, workshops and a common house where residents cook and eat together twice a week.
“Too expensive, too radical and not scalable”: It’s time to change the narrative on environmentally responsible construction and regenerative housing design.
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