Delivered by BRE in association with MBE KTN and NRC

See the latest developments across the BRE Innovation Park

During INSITE11 you can see some of the world’s most sustainable buildings and homes including the newly completed Prince's House from the the Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment, and BREs flagship refurbishment project, the BRE Victorian Terrace including a 'whole house eco-makeover' currently being undertaken by British Gas.

The BRE Innovation Park features a range of world-leading sustainable homes and buildings that demonstrate diverse and innovative approaches to low impact design and construction. By working in partnership with some of the UK’s principal developers, house builders, architects, designers and manufacturers, the park provides an evidence-based body of knowledge about sustainable buildings and communities. Visitors to INSITE11 can see

  • Near zero carbon Prince's House – designed by the Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment, this low energy home built from natural materials will demonstrate an alternative response to sustainable homebuilding.
  • Near zero carbon Cub House – modern modular building system offering Code Level 5 performance and ultra-quick build times.
  • Zero carbon Barratt Green House - first zero carbon home by a major UK housebuilder
  • Near zero carbon Stewart Milne Sigma  - recently occupied by a local family to see what its like to live in a sustainable home - currently undergoing a refit to showcase state of teh art technologies ready for INSITE.
  • Near zero carbon Hanson House  - traditional brick-and-block materials with a twist
  • Near zero carbon Renewable House  - showcasing natural materials like timber, hemp and wool
  • Near zero carbon Osborne House  - affordable sustainable housing
  • Willmott Dixon Healthcentre of the Future

  • Sustainable retrofit of buildings
  • Re-Vitalising communities
  • Wellbeing