Croydon House is a 18th Century listed farmhouse located on the edge of Exmoor. The work includes the renovation of the existing farmhouse together with a large extension. The building is over 3 storeys and has a variety of outbuildings. The scope of our work included advice on the main mechanical systems and how they are integrated with the new and existing fabric. We also developed an energy strategy for the heating system and the building uses a combination of ground source heatpump and oil fired boiler to reduce the carbon and energy consumption for the building. The system was successful in winning a Low Carbon grant.

Client: Private

Architect: Louise Crossman Architects

Energy

Engineering

Environment

Croydon House, Somerset

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