Projects

Social Housing for Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust

Our Flying Factory Partner, New Meaning, built these homes to Passivhaus standards
1
Made In The UK
Location
Edgecott, Buckinghamshire
Client
Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust
Flying Factory Partner
New Meaning Construction
Units
2
Total m2
140
Delivery Method
Onsite Stick Build
U Value - Walls and Roof
0.11 W/m2k
Airtightness
0.46/hm3@50pa

Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust

VAHT are one of the area’s leading local social housing providers. They own and are responsible for in excess of 7,500 homes, 16 supported housing schemes, 129 shared ownership properties and over 1,500 garages that are let to the public.

Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust (VAHT) is a ‘not-for-profit’ Registered Social Landlord (RSL) and provides affordable housing for over 21,000 people living and working in Aylesbury and the surrounding villages of the Vale.
Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust

Hambrough Project Outline:

With a growing portfolio of properties that covers over 350 square miles of Aylesbury Vale, VAHT aim to make a significant social and economic contribution to the communities within the Vale of Aylesbury.

Project Description

Two semi-detached houses with GIA 70m², to be built in the village of Edgcott in the Aylesbury Vale by New Meaning Construction, a Beattie Passive Flying Factory partner.

New Meaning Construction teaches and encourages young people to learn new skills and help them develop confidence, self-belief and to gain life skills. Beattie Passive has provided training for 5 young people at their Training Academy in Norfolk on a workshop-based training course. Following on from the workshop-based training, the trainees developed their skills on-site though erecting structures for Beattie Passive and have set-up their factory in order to deliver units for Vale of Aylesbury.