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The high performance weber.rend MT multi-coat render system from Saint-Gobain Weber has been specified for the construction of Hanham Hall, a zero carbon development inSouth Gloucestershire.

The award winning Barratt Homes Hanham Hall project includes a selection of one to five bedroom energy efficient homes.  The 185 homes will be constructed around the Grade II listed Hanham Hall centrepiece.

The innovative designs by HTA Architects, London, are unique houses which provide maximum natural light for wellbeing, energy efficient construction that will lower energy consumption and CO2 emissions.

Rory Bergin, HTA’s head of sustainability and innovation, said: “The timber frame and SIP panel construction method determined that we chose a clean, simple aesthetic finish for the properties and the light weight of the weber.rend MT system is of benefit here.  50 per cent of the cladding is timber and 50 per cent white render. ”

Harbour Render Systems, Lydney, Gloucestershire, is carrying out the render application at Hanham Hall.

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