Member Project: One Brighton

The developer members of the GHA have all committed to building fully sustainable homes and communities in accordance with the GHA Standard and Charter in the majority of their developments, and to higher standards wherever possible.

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GHA Developer Member:

One Brighton Management Company

Project Description:

One Brighton comprises two blocks of 11 and 9 storeys with 172 homes (eco-studios, 1-bed, 2-bed and 3-bed units), around 1,000 m2 of community space, and approximately 1,200m2 of commercial/office space. It has been designed, specified, and is being built under the One Planet Living principles; and has achieved an EcoHomes (version 2005) 'Excellent' rating. The development has been designed to be Zero Carbon through a combination of good thermal design and on- and off-site renewable generation technologies. http://www.onebrighton.co.uk/.

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