Yes, hopefully district heating makes a comeback! Was at a meeting in England hearing the very early plans for areas to develop such systems. They made comparisons with European cities where district heating is the norm. Basically after the 70's oil shock they noted that Europe went for energy efficiency and communal systems, whereas the UK went all in for the North Sea oil... I guess it was a little short sighted now that production is falling!
There's 58 apartments, all of them one bedroom apart from the top two floors, where some of them are two bedroom. Each window at the front represents one apartment, so they are fairly long, but narrow.
Looks good, and they're probably exactly the kind of apartments you need right on the Dublin Road. Though it won't take longer than this winter for those sides to get noticeably grubby having pretty much total exposure to the elements.
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