2016 02-24 smart klub lcc tower blocks + rfk (1)

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Published on March 15, 2016

Author: smartklubleeds

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1. Leeds City Council Tower Blocks Proposed Heat Network & Energy Efficiency Strategy Richard Knights & Brian Gowthorpe 24 February 2016

2. The Brief

3. 3 1. Determine how best to connect to proposed city-wide Heat Network – social housing focus 2. Determine a 10-year plan Tower Block investment to improve energy efficiency, reduce bills and reduce carbon • Brief was influenced by SmartKlub Tower Block workshop on 5th May 2015 Two Linked Parts

4. Connecting to Proposed City-wide Heat Network

5. 5 Brief • Find optimal solution for heat network within and around red line • Focus on Housing Leeds • Considered other residential, social and commercial • Produce: - concept design - Performance spec Connecting to Proposed City-wide Heat Network

6. 6 Connecting to Proposed City-wide Heat Network

7. 7 Connecting to Proposed City-wide Heat Network Three networks • Lincoln Green • Stoney Rock • Saxton Gardens

8. 8 Connecting to Proposed City-wide Heat Network Lincoln Green • New energy centre • New heat network • Conversion from electric

9. 9 Connecting to Proposed City-wide Heat Network Stoney Rock • New energy centre • New heat network • Connections to existing • Conversion from electric

10. 10 Connecting to Proposed City-wide Heat Network Saxton Gardens • Existing energy centre • Existing network

11. Tower Blocks Energy Efficiency Strategy

12. 12 108 blocks = 7,238 flats 30 blocks - RERF DH 2 blocks – Clydes CH 12 basic archetypes 22 variants in total LCC Tower Blocks

13. Priorities

14. Reduce fuel poverty – 10% + energy cost savings With thanks to Warm Homes Oldham

15. 15 Reduce carbon emissions: 40% by 2020

16. 16 • Within the available Housing Revenue Account resources Affordability By Björn Laczay from Moosburg, Germany (Flickr) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

17. What we did

18. 18 Our Approach

19. 19 Shortlist of 13 potential interventions Impact tested by thermal modelling Different results for different archetypes Workshop discussion 5 effective interventions recommended Shortlisting Interventions

20. 20 Investment Planning Tool 1 2 3 4 5 8 SUMMARY RoofInsulation HWInsulation ElectricHeating CommunityHeating HotWaterCylinders Cladding(EWI) TOTALCOST £ £ £ £ £ £ £ Year 1 Net Cost 466,501 0 2,990,624 0 1,143,535 0 4,600,660 INFLATION 23,325 0 149,531 0 57,177 0 230,033 TOTAL 489,826 0 3,140,155 0 1,200,712 0 4,830,693 Year 2 Net Cost 260,886 0 1,234,862 0 530,788 0 2,026,535 INFLATION 26,741 0 126,573 0 54,406 0 207,720 TOTAL 287,627 0 1,361,435 0 585,193 0 2,234,255 Year 3 Net Cost 384,821 0 1,081,870 3,291,336 386,382 0 5,144,409 INFLATION 60,657 0 170,530 518,797 60,903 0 810,887 TOTAL 445,478 0 1,252,400 3,810,133 447,286 0 5,955,297 Year 4 Net Cost 406,326 0 2,003,463 3,649,165 715,523 0 6,774,476 INFLATION 87,566 0 431,759 786,418 154,200 0 1,459,942 TOTAL 493,891 0 2,435,222 4,435,583 869,722 0 8,234,418 Year 5 Blocks Postcode Type Storeys No. of Flats GIA m2 Perimeter Envelope Area m2 Plan Area m2 MOOR GRANGE COURT(1-61) LS16 5ED Townsen Unclad 10 60 4,472 131 3,537 461 CLYDE COURT(1-100) LS12 1XN Clydes Unclad With DH 17 99 8,839 129 5,921 536 CLYDE GRANGE(1-100) LS12 1XD Clydes Unclad With DH 17 98 8,839 129 5,921 536 OATLAND COURT(1-101) LS 7 1SE Shepherd Unclad - OS 17 100 8,905 99 4,544 540 OATLAND HEIGHTS(1-101) LS 7 1SQ Shepherd Unclad - OS 17 100 8,905 99 4,544 540 OATLAND TOWERS(1-101) LS 7 1SA Shepherd Unclad - OS 17 100 8,905 99 4,544 540 MEYNELL HEIGHTS(1-100) LS11 9PX Wimpey H Block Unclad - OS 17 98 8,806 127 5,829 534 CARLTON CLOSE(1-47) LS 7 1HJ Wimpey High Rise Unclad - OS 12 46 3,771 72 2,333 324 CARLTON CROFT(1-47) LS 7 1HF Wimpey High Rise Unclad - OS 12 44 3,771 72 2,333 324 CARLTON GARTH(1-47) LS 7 1HL Wimpey High Rise Unclad - OS 12 46 3,771 72 2,333 324 TORRE GARDENS(1-61) LS 9 7RN Myton (Newland) Unclad - RERF 10 60 4,966 128 3,456 512 TORRE GREEN(1-61) LS 9 7RL Myton (Newland) Unclad - RERF 10 60 4,966 128 3,456 512 LAKELAND COURT (1 - 60) LS15 0BY Reema Clad 10 58 4,472 131 3,537 461 ALDERTON HEIGHTS(122-181) LS17 5LS Reema Unclad 10 60 4,472 131 3,537 461

21. Energy efficiency strategy - findings

22. 22 Intervention Priority (1 is high) Commentary Community heating systems 1 The projected savings in regulated energy bills (27%-31%) and carbon emissions (57%-59% or about 3,200 tonnes/CO2 p.a.) are considerable compared with existing electric heating and hot water systems. New hot water cylinders 1 Major savings to 40 blocks. High proportion of the energy costs for all- electric flats. This intervention shows very good savings in carbon emissions (12%-18%) but the projected energy bill reduction is even greater (13%-25%) because of the favourable tariff. New electric heaters and controls 2 Relatively modest savings (3%-9%) but important for all-electric flats. Hedge against future energy price rises. Further savings potential from controls/behaviour. Cladding (external wall insulation) 2-3 High priority for inefficient deck access blocks. Permanent reduction of heat demand. For the priority blocks this intervention shows very good levels of savings in carbon emissions (18%-32%) and energy bills (16%- 30%). Increased roof insulation 4 Cost relates to top floor flats only where fuel poverty is greatest. To be dealt with as part of roof re-covering under planned maintenance. Carbon and energy cost savings for these flats are estimated at 3%-5% but, if new heating controls are used effectively, individual tenants could potentially achieve greater savings. Recommended Interventions

23. 23 Intervention No. of Blocks Flats treated Commentary Cladding (external wall insulation) 14 960 Selected for the least energy efficient blocks that are unsuitable for connection to district/community heating schemes. It is also recommended that, if possible, the two remaining untreated electrically heated blocks with high energy bills should also be clad at a cost of a further £2m. (Beevers Court and Norman Towers) Community heating clusters 26 1,483 6 new gas-fired heating clusters are proposed generating the highest savings of any of the interventions. Minimum of 3 blocks per cluster. Replacement electric heating 38 2,462 Greater control and more efficient systems. Restricted savings but beneficial for blocks that cannot connect to communal systems. Replacement hot water cylinders 40 2,589 More efficient, better insulated, can run on Economy 7, for blocks that cannot connect to communal systems. Additional roof insulation 38 210 Remedies levels of higher fuel poverty/carbon emissions in top floor flats. Planned to coincide with cyclical renewal of roof coverings. All blocks assumed likely to have some insulation already. Totals - 4,180 This represents 58% of all the flats in the study. Some blocks/flats benefit from more than one investment. Investment Strategy In addition the RERF district heating scheme and the Clydes community heating scheme will greatly reduce energy bills and carbon emissions in relation to the 2,218 flats in these blocks (31% of flats in the study).

24. 24 10-year energy efficiency investment programme • 4,180 flats would benefit (58%) • Remainder are in energy efficient blocks • Or to be connected to community/district heating networks • Potential carbon saving up to 36% • This represents a 30-year carbon saving of 175,000 tonnes • Average energy bill saving of up to 28% or £185 per year Community & district heating networks • 2,218 flats would benefit • Potential saving of up to 71% in carbon emissions (Clydes) • Potential saving of up to 88% in carbon emissions (Heat Network) Potential outcomes

25. What’s left to do

26. 26 • Confirm funding • Install block level energy meters/measure current consumption • Develop specifications • Engage with contractors & supply chain • Develop the recommended procurement plan/new framework • Procure early projects Next Steps – Implementation Stage

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