Posted On: 25th May 2016 | Author: CITU
Citu’s Little Kelham development in Sheffield has won another prestigious prize.
The development was named winner up the Residential category of the RICS Yorkshire & Humber Awards at a ceremony in Harrogate.
RICS judges praised the project team – comprising Citu Developments and CAL Architects – for providing exceptionally energy efficient homes, where residents can expect their energy bills and carbon emissions to be a fraction of a conventional property. The homes...
Posted On: 13th May 2016 | Author: Citu
Citu has unveiled its vision to create a Climate Innovation District in Leeds. Drawing on international best practice and harnessing the latest technology, the development, which forms part of the city’s major South Bank Leeds regeneration plans, will incorporate more than 500 new low carbon homes alongside manufacturing, leisure, offices and climate resilient public realm.
With an ambition to accelerate the transition towards zero carbon cities, the Climate...
Posted On: 11th May 2016 | Author: CITU
Citu is set to manufacture low-carbon houses in Leeds, creating around 40 new jobs, at a new, purpose built factory.
Work has started on site to create ‘Citu Works’; a new manufacturing facility located on a 3.5-acre brownfield site in Leeds city centre. The state-of-the-art plant will produce the ‘Citu House’; a product of a focused innovation grant from national government via Innovate UK in collaboration with Leeds Beckett University. The new system is in the final...
Posted On: 15th April 2016 | Author: Citu
Kelham Island has been named in the Sunday Times’ ‘Best Places to Live in the UK’ guide.
The guide, which was published over two weekends in March, lists the places in the UK which have the best amenities, housing and culture.
In the listing, the pubs, restaurants and shops in Kelham Island were mentioned, as well as the Little Kelham homes.
Kelham Island also appeared in a list of the ’20 Hippest Places in the UK’ in The Times.
Speaking to the Sheffield Star, Aisling...