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Sustainable Lignacite blocks chosen for Nova Victoria

Sustainable Lignacite blocks chosen for Nova Victoria

Lignacite Ltd was chosen to supply their highly sustainable Lignacite 140 block which contains graded wood particles (GWP) and their Lignacrete paint grade block for Nova Victoria in London.

The project is fast becoming one of London's leading developments. The Nova Master Plan project, designed by PLP Architecture, contains a sustainable balance of uses, including offices, retail, apartments and a community space / library, along with extensive new public realm.

The development is generously-scaled with pedestrian routes and public spaces extending across the site. A north-south thoroughfare with retail pavilions, cafés, restaurants, public art, trees and seating will become a major public space capable of hosting special events.

The Lignacite block was chosen for its green credentials and ease of use. A total of 29,000m2 will be supplied over the build period will lock up in excess of 4994 tonnes of CO2.

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Lignacite’s block manufacturing plants located in Norfolk and Essex, are responsible for producing over 100,000 blocks per day, enough blocks for building approximately 100 houses. The company works closely with many of the leading builders merchants...
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