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Design Competition for NZEB Home Extensions
Are you a homeowner thinking of extending your home or are you a designer working on an extension of an existing home?
‘SustainableTipp’ invites you to enter an exciting competition for the best design for the extension of a home to Nearly Zero Energy Building (NZEB) standard. The whole dwelling and the extension must be to NZEB Part L performance requirements. Judging will be on the plans and details submitted and the winner will be announced in Autumn 2020.
Full details and Terms & Conditions can be found here.
Closing date for entries is 12 noon 31 July 2020. Applications will be accepted for projects based in the Republic of Ireland only.
The competition is open to designers and homeowners nationally that have designed or added an extension to NZEB standard.
Judging will be on the plans and details submitted to sustainabletipp.ie. Winners will be announced in Autumn 2020.
Questions on the entry process should be issued to the organizers by email to NZEBdesign@tipperarycoco.ie or call the Planning Section, Tipperary County Council at 0761 06 5000.
About Sustainable Tipp
Sustainable Tipp, a partnership of Tipperary Energy Agency and the Tipperary County Council. Sustainable Tipp is the action plan to deliver the energy transformation of Tipperary’s housing, commercial, public and community buildings over the next three years.