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Can MMC provide a solution to the retrofit agenda?

Our homes use 35% of all the energy in the UK and emit 20% of the carbon dioxide emissions. If the UK Government is to deliver its targets of a 68% emissions reduction by 2030, and net zero by 2050, household emissions need to be addressed. As well as Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) providing a solution towards delivering lots of new, sustainable and affordable homes – can this form part of the solution for the Retrofit Agenda too?
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Unlocking Innovation in Construction to be the best in the west

An innovative new £1.1bn procurement solution has been launched by Constructing Modern Methods (CMM) and the South West Procurement Alliance (SWPA) with the aim to unlock offsite, low carbon, housing.
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Snug Homes

Built in Lockleaze and assembled in Hillfields, their two-storey, one-bedroom home performs at PassivHaus range of performance and are Zero Carbon, meaning it produces as much energy as it uses so the bills will be really low.
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Zedpods new housing scheme: Hope Rise

In January 2021, residents moved into the first Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) development of its kind to be completed in the UK. This award winning affordable housing scheme; Hope Rise, is a partnership between ZED PODS and Bristol City Council, supported by Bristol Housing Festival and YMCA Bristol. It combines an innovative development with an environmental conscience. It consists of a community of 11 zero carbon, modular starter homes. Located in St George, Bristol these homes are the first to be constructed on a platform above a car park.
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