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Culture: BEDZED: carbon neutral future living.

Lecture by architect Bill Dunster for Architecture Week Tomorrow night at Austin Court, 80 Cambridge Street, Birmingham B1 2NP.

The Beddington Zero Energy Development is an environmentally-friendly, energy-efficient mix of housing and work space. It incorporates up-to-the minute thinking on sustainable development into every aspect of the scheme, from the energy-efficient design to the way the houses are heated.

The lecture will be chaired by Ian Harrabin, Managing Director, Complex Development Projects Ltd.

For further information and tickets contact Viv Long-Ferguson, RSA Midlands, T. 0121 600 7512. F. 0121 600 7513 email: Tickets pounds 10, pounds 5 concessions (students only). Booking essential.
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Jun 24, 2002
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