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www.stepupsmartcities.eu. The Athletes’ Village - Energy Centre. Ambitious regeneration programme for East End of Glasgow. 33 hectares of brown field area transformed into a low carbon housing development: 700 houses, 120 bed care home.

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The Athletes’ Village - Energy Centre

  • Ambitious regeneration programme for East End of Glasgow.
  • 33 hectares of brown field area transformed into a low carbon housing development: 700 houses, 120 bed care home.
  • Initially created for the Commonwealth Games 2014 has a wide legacy for the city.

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The Village – City Context

The Athletes’ Village - Energy Centre

City Centre

Emirates Sports Arena

Velodrome

Athletes Village

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MODEL

Glasgow City Council

City Legacy

Athletes Village

Care Home

Emirates Arena

& Velodrome

Energy Centre

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The Athletes’ Village – Energy Centre

  • The Energy Centre will:
    • Provide hot water for houses, care centre and Emirates Arena.
    • Combined Heat and Power (CHP) engine, 3 boilers and thermal store
    • Achieve 2 key sustainability commitments (reduce waste and lower carbon emissions) through sustainable development and living.
  • The Village regenerates the area, creates opportunities for employment and training, local business and social enterprise.
  • Transport Strategic Plan
  • Timescale: 2009 – 2014

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Actors

  • Developed by Glasgow City Council with City Legacy
  • The Athletes' Village site:
    • private-sector consortium including Scottish and Southern Energy).
    • 3 Housing Associations(Glasgow Housing Association, Thenue Housing and West of Scotland Housing Association).
  • Energy Centre: VitalEnergi
  • Care Home Unit: City Building

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Integrated approach

  • Organisation: integration between private and public sector working together to transform a brown field into an attractive urban environment.
  • Legacy post-Commonwealth Games 2014 : regeneration of Glasgow’s East End with sustainable living.
  • Sustainable homes with BREEAM and EcoHome rating.
  • Energy & Social approach: reducing energy poverty creating housing with District Heating network.

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Integrated approach

  • Improvement in transport network, promote low carbon transport system.
  • Improvement in the drainage system (surface water).
  • Generation of employment and skills: 620 direct/indirect jobs (incl. 84 apprenticeships) in the construction of the Village.
  • The Athletes' Village model will produce 60% less CO2 emissions than if powered by an electrically heated system (contribution to Glasgow’s SEAP).
  • Partnership with London 2012 Olympic Games Village (26.000 items of fittings/furniture reused).

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Budget

  • Project Investment : € 240m approx. (£200m approx)
  • Examples of expenditure: £8m remediation land; £7m retrofitting post games
  • Housing model: 300 for private sale; 400 homes for rent (Housing Associations).

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Results

  • The Athletes Village completed by 2014.
  • Development built to BREEAM standards and achieved “Excellent” EcoHomes rating.
  • Energy Centre completed 2013: energy heating system 40% more efficient than conventional system.
  • Carbon Projections: 1013 tonnes of carbon saving contributing to SEAP targets.
  • New transport network completed (M74 and new main road connections)
  • Flooding Mitigation (surface water system separated from sewerage drainage system).
  • Community involvement: employment and training (City building/ apprenticeships)

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Key elements of success

  • The Athletes Village brings social and economic regeneration to the area by creating opportunities for employment and training, local business and social enterprise.
  • Supported by a strong public and private sector partnership.
  • The Energy Centre will reduce fuel poverty with a legacy of high quality homes for local people, providing energy 40% more efficient than conventional heating systems.
  • Flooding Mitigation ( Strategic Drainage Plan )
  • Infrastructure for DH expansion to the East End of Glasgow.
  • This is an example of Glasgow building a low carbon economy that will not only deliver a better environment, but a better life for all Glasgow citizens.

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Problems along the way

  • Challenge:
  • Contaminated land
    • 33ha
    • Invasive species
    • Other contaminants
  • Solution:
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Remediation of site - £8m
  • 1 year programme
  • VHE – soil hospital (140,000m3)

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Other things that need to be mentioned

  • A lighthouse project connected to the Commonwealth Games provides added potential for dissemination.
  • Expansion in future to the East Smart Grid and Clyde Gateway.
  • Each household has a heat meter: accurate energy bills, no estimated bills.

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For further information:

  • Graham Pinfield
  • Glasgow City Council
  • Graham.pinfield@glasgow.gov.uk

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