Waverley Borough Council Haus4Two+ Next Steps Accommodation Project
Beattie Passive provided 2 x Haus4Two+ apartments to be deployed in a Next Steps Accommodation Housing Project on a former garage site. The scheme was jointly funded by Homes England and Waverley Borough Council. The homes were designed to meet the National Space Standards.
Net Zero modular homes for the homeless
This scheme was jointly funded by the Government’s Next Steps Accommodation Programme and Waverley Borough Council. The modular homes were manufactured offsite and then delivered to site in just 6 weeks.
Haus4Two+ is designed to meet the National Space Standards. The homes have a large living space, with French double doors, a spacious bedroom, a garden area and bicycle storage. Each home is equipped with an electric car charging point and 3.2kW solar panels, with a garden area and bicycle storage.
The superb thermal performance, coupled with photovoltaic panels, means that this project is ‘Net Zero’ in terms of carbon emissions. What’s more, the innovative Beattie Passive build system raises building standards and the units are fully relocatable without major structural alteration.