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New Buildings: Solutions Tools, targets and performance in practice Bill GethingACE Royal Institute of British Architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects.

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1 New Buildings: Solutions Tools, targets and performance in practice Bill GethingACE Royal Institute of British Architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects

2 The ACE Membership Member Organisations from All EU Countries plus Norway, Switzerland and Candidate Countries 44 Member Organisations Representative at National Level Regulatory and Professional Bodies Represents About 450,000 Practising Architects

3 The ACE Structure General Assembly Delegates from all Member Organisations Executive Board Access to the Profession Practice of the Profession and Trade in Architectural Services Architecture and Society Work Organised in Three Thematic Areas: Secretariat (Brussels) 11 Members: 6 Elected Including President 5 by Rotation

4 The ACE Architecture and Society Urban Issues Four Work Groups: Housing Research Environment and Sustainable Architecture

5 The ACE Architecture and Society Four Work Groups: Housing Research Environment and Sustainable Architecture Urban Issues

6 Sustainability Spectrum – University of the West of England Eco-footprinting – Best Foot Forward, The Stockholm Institute Sustainable Development checklists - BRE, SEEDA BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) Ecohomes/ Code for Sustainable Homes Energy Savings Trust Good, Best and Advanced Practice Standards AECB (Association of Environment Conscious Building) Gold and Silver Standards Sustainability Matrix and Renewable Footprint - FCBa & MFP + UBT. UK Tools and targets– broad and narrow

7 Sustainability Spectrum – University of the West of England Eco-footprinting – Best Foot Forward, The Stockholm Institute Sustainable Development checklists - BRE, SEEDA BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) Ecohomes/ Code for Sustainable Homes Energy Savings Trust Good, Best and Advanced Practice Standards AECB (Association of Environment Conscious Building) Gold and Silver Standards Sustainability Matrix and Renewable Footprint - FCBa + UBT UK Tools and targets– broad and narrow

8 Sustainability Spectrum – University of the West of England Eco-footprinting – Best Foot Forward, The Stockholm Institute Sustainable Development checklists - BRE, SEEDA BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) Ecohomes/ Code for Sustainable Homes Energy Savings Trust Good, Best and Advanced Practice Standards AECB (Association of Environment Conscious Building) Gold and Silver Standards Sustainability Matrix and Renewable Footprint - FCBa + UBT UK Tools and targets– broad and narrow

9 Sustainability Spectrum – University of the West of England Eco-footprinting – Best Foot Forward, The Stockholm Institute Sustainable Development checklists - BRE, SEEDA BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) Ecohomes/ Code for Sustainable Homes Energy Savings Trust Good, Best and Advanced Practice Standards AECB (Association of Environment Conscious Building) Gold and Silver Standards Sustainability Matrix and Renewable Footprint - FCBa + UBT UK Tools and targets– broad and narrow

10 Eco-footprinting The area of bioproductive land and water required to support the material standard of living using prevailing technology Source: WWF Living Planet Report 2006 Earthshare

11 Eco-footprinting – breaking down the challenge Consumer Items Food Built land Waste Infrastructure (rest) Infrastruture (housing) Transport Energy Earthshare One Planet Living in the Thames Gateway WWF + Bioregional + Stockholm Foundation 2003

12 Tools: Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method for more information see Carbon dioxide emissions Water consumption and conservation Lighting Transport implications Healthy building features Air quality and ventilation Risk of Legionnaire's Disease Minimising ozone depletion and acid rain Recycling and reuse of material Environmental impacts of construction materials Ecology of the site Noise Construction process

13 Collaborating for success: National Trust Headquarters, Swindon Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects LLP + Max Fordham and Partners + Adams Kara Taylor + Davis Langdon

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17 Sustainability matrix Issues © Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects LLP

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19 Transportation Issues Landscape and Biodiversity Management and Monitoring Issues © Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects LLP

20 Photovoltaic Installation Options UnitsThin Film Silicon Sized to 100kWp Crystalline Silicon 100kWp Hybrid Silicon for Maximum Generation Area Approximate Efficiency KWhrs generated Percentage of electricity supplied by PV Cost (before grant) Total Capital Cost Total Cost less 65% grant Less £50k savings in rooflight shading Value of electricity generated Value of ROC Certificates Simple Payback Period CO² Savings per year m² % kWhrs/hr % £/m² £ R £/yr years tonnes/yr 1, ,000 36% £310 £452,609 £158,413 £108,413 £4,615 £4, years , £608 £450,015 £157,505 £107,505 £4,072 £3, years , ,000 82% £703 £1,033,600 £787,458 £737,458 £10,435 £9, years 82.64

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22 Performance and benchmarks: Offices 60% reduction 80% reduction

23 Carbon as the currency of the future 2006 Address market failure by: Taxation Carbon trading Regulation Huge opportunity from a low carbon economy Coordinated international action Climate change is the greatest market failure the world has ever seen

24 The problems we have today cannot be solved by thinking the way we thought when we created them. Albert Einstein Bill GethingArchitects Council of Europewww.ace-cae.org Royal Institute of British Architectswww.architecture.com


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