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Dozens of houses in the Warwickshire area will have permanently reduced fuel bills, better air quality and improved energy efficiency ratings thanks to a successful government funding bid.
A distinctive example of ‘slow architecture’ has been revealed in Devon by Thomas Randall-Page, Associate Lecturer in Undergraduate Architecture.
Two Oxford Brookes University academics have won an award for their research into energy efficiency in homes in Bicester, Oxfordshire. Professor Rajat Gupta and Senior Research Fellow Matt Gregg from the Low Carbon Building Research Group, outlined novel methods to speed up the implementation of energy improvements, retrofitting homes built between 1950 and 1965.
The School of Architecture at Oxford Brookes University is to host a £5 million grant-giving programme, which will improve the documentation of endangered wooden architecture throughout the world and make records freely available online.
Oxford Brookes University is extending its international reach and impact with a new partnership in Sri Lanka, delivering degree programmes with the British College of Applied Studies (BCAS Campus).
A collaborative project between Oxford Brookes University and Oxford University will support users of the justice system to better navigate virtual trials.
Two Oxford Brookes academics have won an award for research into household energy use during lockdown - revealing how energy consumption can be dramatically reduced through the introduction of smart energy systems. Professor Rajat Gupta and Senior Research Fellow Matt Gregg from the Low Carbon Building Research Group at Oxford Brookes University, have won the Best Paper award at the international Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society (SEEDS) conference 2020.
A new report published by researchers at Oxford Brookes University has revealed for the first time a detailed national picture of the actual performance of new build homes through a detailed analysis of building performance evaluation projects.