Category Archives: Insulation v Conservation

The Insulation v Conservation debate

Windows Report

The Brentham Society Committee has posted on the website its report on window renovation. The conclusions are given in the Executive Summary with Guidance for Residents in Appendix B. The Committee will continue looking at the specifications of conservation quality … Continue reading

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Council policy on replacement windows

In the Chair’s Notes in Brentham News 183, distributed to all residents in June 2015, we stated that Ealing Council would allow double glazing in certain circumstances, including where “this would make an improvement on existing windows which are in … Continue reading

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Replacement windows working group

As noted in Brentham News 183 (June 2015), the Brentham Society has set up a working group, to look at the question of whether double glazing could be installed in Brentham houses without compromising the character of the Conservation Area. … Continue reading

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Insulation v Conservation – Finding a solution

The question of double glazing has become a major discussion point recently, and the April edition of Brentham News Extra outlined the Brentham Society views and Council policy on these. The discussion has arisen following a successful appeal by a … Continue reading

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