House Planning Help Podcast
Mike Jacob explains how Kiss House is using timber component based production to deliver homes to the Passivhaus standard. Check out for more information.
Mike Coe gives a final update on his now complete Portree Passivhaus, that has seen budgets stretched, contractors disappear for a year, and a Covid lockdown! Check out for more information.
Gwilym Still, of Max Fordham engineers, explains how good planning and simplicity can improve a home's performance. Check out for more information.
Jeffrey Hart, natural builder and host of the Building Sustainability Podcast, explains what he's learnt designing and crafting his own tiny house.
Richard Hawkes from Hawkes Architecture reviews the Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) of the RIBA House of the Year longlist and asks why we are showcasing poorly performing architecture. Check o
Juraj Mikurcik, Nick Grant and Mike Whitfield reflect on the award-winning Old Holloway project, which is built with EcoCocon straw panels and is a certified Passivhaus. Check out for more informatio
Architects Polly Upton and Kirk Rushby explain how they used their expertise to deliver a striking, high performance home for a very reasonable budget. Check out for more information.
Tom Fenton from Veritherm explains how to test the thermal performance of a home, what this data can reveal and how it can then be used. Check out for more information.
Mike Webb explains why he chose to build to high ecological standards even though he could've made more money by just complying with building regulations. Check out for more information.
Nigel Dutt tells the self build story behind Devon Passivhaus, a Paragraph 55 build. Check out for more information.