Working with householders and the Carbon Co-op

URBED are acting as designers and retrofit consultants on 13 owner-occupied houses across Greater Manchester as part of the region's 'Go Early' low carbon retrofit programme. We are working closely with the Carbon Co-op to deliver this - a mutual organisation made up of individual householders. The work is being paid for through a zero interest loan to householders, funded by the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC), and money from the Energy Company Obligation (ECO).


The theatre, which focuses on involving young people at every level, has been awarded provisional Stage 1 capital funding (£3.85 million).

On June 4th at the TCPA, Nicholas launched his Smith Institute pamphlet at the TCPA.

We are delighted that a press conference in London this morning announced URBED has been shortlisted for the

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We are delighted that URBED's submission has been shortlisted for the 2014 Wolfson Economic Prize.


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