Saturday, 3 August 2013

Council-funded green works to Gospel Oak Primary sees 34% carbon savings

Camden's self-financed Community Investment Programme, put in place after the Coalition cut capital funding for Camden schools, enters a new phase this summer.

Locally Gospel Oak Primary school will see:
  • Partial roof renewal; 
  • Remedial work to boundary walls and concrete cladding panels; 
  • Upgrade and replacement of fire doors and internal walls, upgrade to fire detection system, and
  • Repair of rainwater goods; water hygiene works to pipes and tanks. 
There will be a remodelling of the nursery and reception to provide Foundation Stage to follow once planning permission received.

Green works over the summer 2013 include: kitchen extract controls; insulation in boiler room, energy efficient lighting; provision of local electricity display, optimisation of heating controls.

The anticipated annual emissions savings are 67 tonnes of carbon dioxide (or 34%).

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