The successful completion of transforming two derelict and seemingly unloved buildings into six flats has also produced excellent air permeability test results in Adur.
Incredibly, the results of the air test revealed that, in some areas, the overall air permeability was ten above the required default. A fantastic result and very important for a building that is right next to the busy A259.
The project, in Albion Street, Southwick, has now become emergency accommodation for the local community. Helping those who urgently need somewhere to live. With tenants moving in just one week after handing the project over.
We’re really proud to have been able to build such a fantastic resource for the Adur community. It’s so good to see a once-neglected building becoming such a valuable space. Adur District Councillor, Steve Neoclous, said, “[The flats are] really well kitted out and will make great homes for people in need”.
To find out more about this project, including how we maximised the space and the challenges we overcame, read the full case study here.
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