Housing Survey Analysis

A big thank you too to everyone who completed our housing survey – more 160 people completed the survey following its publication on our last newsletter email in March and via an article on the Bath Chronicle. Highlights of the survey results include Affordable homes with good transport links were the top priorities, closely followed […]

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Advice on making historic homes more energy efficient in Bath

We regularly get asked for general advice on how to make historic, typically Georgian Homes more energy efficient in Bath. Although there is no one answer to everyone’s questions here are some general pointers: The “Warmer Bath: A guide to improving the energy efficiency of traditional homes in the city of Bath” is an excellent starting […]

May 2014 Newsletter

*|MC:SUBJECT|*   Welcome to this month’s Transition happenings in Bath… View this email in your browser May Newsletter New look website! Transition Bath has a brand new website – check it out on www.transitionbath.org and let us know what you think! Find out what we’re up to on the new Group pages. You can also […]

Update May 2014: the state of sustainable building standards in B&NES

Background Transition Bath have been working over the last 2 years to support the council in imposing more sustainable building standards in B&NES. Currently the council imposes Code for Sustainable Homes level 5 on most new developments but this is under threat: the current coalition government, under pressure from the large house builders is attempting […]

Thermal Imaging: Heat from Radiator seens from outside of Gerogian house

Thermal Image of a Radiator from outside a building

This radiator is visible from outside of Georgian home in Bath before a radiator reflector was installed. This issue is seen on many older homes in Bath which have solid walls which easily conduct heat to the outside world. A radiator reflector can be fitted in 2 minutes for as little of £3 and save […]