$39m London school development includes CHP

A new primary school and residential development, which commenced in Camden, London, England will be powered by a combined heat and power plant.

BAM Construction has started the $39m (à‚£26m) contract for Netley Street School, as part of the borough’s Community Investment Programme.
Camden, London
Three floors of residential units will be built above the new school buildings, with a separate eight-storey block of flats taking the total number of private apartments to 70.

Sustainability measures including a combined heat and power plant, photovoltaic cells and natural ventilation will help the scheme achieve a BREEAM Excellent rating.

Work is scheduled to be completed in December 2014.

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