Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park have given approval for the planning permission to Hanover (Scotland). This will be in accordance with Passivhaus standards and allow social housing development.
West of Scotland Housing Association, Hanover joins Orkney Housing Association, Nith Valley LEAF Trust (NVLT), Eildon Housing Association, and Argyll Community Housing Association is among the first housing associations in Scotland to implement Passivhaus standard.
The development in Drymen will feature a mix of terraced bungalows for returning residents and two-storey semi-detached residences for general needs housing. This will allow thermal comfort, excellent indoor air quality and wildflower meadow grass for increased biodiversity.
This social and affordable housing is possible with Hanover’s development partners and contractors including Cruden Building & Renewals, ECD Architects, and TCS Construction Consultants that includes design features and benefits for optimal solar orientation.