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Ben Adam-Smith
House Planning Help Podcast
If you want to build a house, where would you start?
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4.9 stars from 143 ratings
This podcasts is a series of of interviews with the main people working in the Self Build, Passive House space in the UK. The Irish market is tiny in comparison to the UK and its great to see so many people in the community sharing their knowledge. From designers to MVHR engineers, builders,...Read full review »
Garyion via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 12/01/20
Great podcast !
I’ve listened to every one of these and they are just great. Fantastic insights into modern self build techniques with a focus on sustainability. Ben is great at interviewing an amazing variety of people and I never miss an episode. I’ve learned loads about passiv haus and air tightness and why...Read full review »
Scotty1974 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/22/20
A great resource
Chockablock full of insightful and interesting interviews with building industry professionals and home owners sharing their experiences. Listening to Ben’s journey of building a Passive House has been helpful as I start to plan my own home. Thanks for producing this great podcast!
Charles-NZ via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 10/09/20
Recent Episodes
David Arrenberg explains why he wanted to project manage his self build, what the work entailed and how much of his time it took.
Published 05/12/21
Architects Mhairi Grant and Martin McCrae share their self build journey. Their contemporary home seems to have it all, from striking design and great ecological credentials to high quality finish and value for money... but Martin and Mhairi had to work hard for it!
Published 05/05/21
Hattie Hartman, Sustainability Editor at the Architects' Journal, shares insights from her new book Energy, People, Buildings.
Published 04/21/21
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