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The National Park Authority administers Sustainable Development Fund grants in Pembrokeshire. To read summary details of the projects supported by the fund, choose a project title from the list below.


Ty Unnos Sustainable Living Demonstration

The Ty Unnos Sustainable Living Project will demonstrate new, innovative approaches to build low cost, high performance eco housing built with Welsh materials. The SDF project support will be used to run three workshops in St Davids, and a further three day build at the Pembrokeshire County Show in the summer of 2011. The St Davids-based demonstration projects will be tailored for different client groups. Key features of the house design includes: - Eliminating the need for conventional heating, at Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 performance - Welsh source products, Welsh manufacturers and Welsh technology rolled into a single package - Simlplicity of build making house design more affordable - Multiplier impact on local economy through reduced expenditure and increased skills The demonstrations will show a new, practical approach to housing that reduces dependency on bank finance, builds community skills, and reduces ecological impact. The project will create demand for the products, which will in turn, reduce carbon impact, heating demand, ecological footprint and cost burdens.

Project Total Cost: £21,310.00

Grant Awarded: £9,650.00