Anderston Regeneration Phases 4 & 5 was a large-scale £25 million regeneration project of 206 new-build flats, with a mixed tenure of social rent and mid-market rent for Sanctuary Scotland, located in Glasgow City Centre. The project was built by CCG (Scotland) Ltd and designed by Collective Architecture and represents the final two phases of a multi-phase masterplan for the regeneration of the Anderston estate.
Phase 4 was designed to achieve Bronze level for sustainability under Section 7 of the 2013 Scottish Building Regulations using a fabric first approach.
Phase 5 was designed to achieve Bronze Active for sustainability under Section 7 of the Scottish Building Regulations, which was achieved by using solar photovoltaic panels (PV). This phase was also designed to achieve Silver Level Aspect 1 & 2 under Section 7 of the Scottish Building Regulations.
Carbon Futures worked with the design team to develop a cost-effective and practical energy and sustainability strategy for the development, utilising a fabric first approach through the use of CCG OSM’s Closed Panel Timber System, delivered to site complete with service batten with windows, doors and insulation pre-installed.
Additional services provided by Carbon Futures included Design Certification, Building Regulation Compliance, Energy Performance Certification and the provision of Sustainability Labels.