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    A question from our BRICK Workshop in Blackpool:

    We are looking for ways to reduce our carbon footprint and energy costs for our heritage assets.


    Hello. We firmly believe that just because a building or an environment has a history, doesn’t mean that it cannot be responsible with regard to its carbon footprint. It is perfectly possible to put in ground source heat pumps and biomass boilers in heritage environments – we have even managed to put PVs on the roof of a Grade II listed church in Harrogate. It does depend upon on a number of factors – what sort of heritage asset have you got? Rural or urban? Archaeological risk (there are ways of dealing with remains!)? Do contact us if you wish to have a chat about some options. Stefanie

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