The world's first PEFC certified housing project: Kingsgate House, London

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A housing project on King's Road, Chelsea, has achieved PEFC Project Certification - the first major housing development worldwide to do so. Kay Hartmann of KLH UK and Andrew Stearn of Price & Myers explain how sustainability was integrated into the building project.

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