Beattie Passive Project
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High Quality and Affordable Homes

Housing Associations continually strive to find new ways to build high quality, affordable homes for their local community.

Each home must deliver impressive environmental benefits to comply with carbon reduction targets as well as provide reduced cost of ownership for their tenants. In addition to the environmental challenges, each build project must fall within strict budget guidelines.

To overcome all these challenges, Beattie Passive has designed an innovative and complete build system which comprises a timber framed structure filled with continuous insulation, adaptable to any building shape or size.

From design stage through to construction, build, test and completion, Beattie Passive offers a full service package providing Housing Associations with homes they need, at a price they can afford.

  • High quality build
  • Reduced cost & time to build
  • Improved energy efficiency
  • Reduced carbon emissions
  • Reduced noise migration
  • Reduced cost of ownership
  • Full testing certification for each build
  • LABC registered approval/NHBC certified


"The Beattie Passive Build System offers us the opportunity to achieve Passivhaus certified homes for the same costs as traditional build methods. Using this method of construction will provide our clients with high quality homes which don't cost the earth to maintain."
Michael Creech, Fife Housing Association.

CUSTOM BUILD PROJECTS

Recent Passive House projects

CURRENT PROJECTS

Recent Passive House projects

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AFFORDABLE HOMES

Passive House, Cambridge, self-build

Fife Housing Association Project
consists of 4 x three bedroom homes – 86m² each, with build costs at below £890m².

Visit the Beattie Passive Projects website for full details including the full build movie, cost schedule, testing results and the latest project images.

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