Max Fordham House - UKGBC Net Zero Carbon Buildings Report
We’re proud to report that the house built for - and lived in by - Max has achieved net zero carbon in line with the UKGBC’s Net Zero Carbon Buildings Framework, for both construction (upfront embodied) and operational energy related emissions.
As far as we are aware, this is the first home to have achieved this, and the first building of any type to achieve net zero for both embodied and operational energy related emissions.
Max, who sadly passed away earlier this year, was an integral member of the design team for the project. In some ways, the building is an embodiment of the passive design ideas that Max pioneered throughout his life and career.
Here you can download the report of the energy and carbon net zero analysis for Max Fordham House.
This has been verified as being in accordance with the UKGBC Net Zero Carbon Buildings Framework by a 3rd party auditor, Circular Ecology. Their verification statement can be found here.