- Oct 19, 2021 2:15 pm GMT
The Balfour Hospital in Orkney points to the need for the NHS to cut emissions from its buildings.
Its design references Skara Brae, Orkney's famously well-preserved Neolithic settlement, but it also offers protection from harsh weather on the islands.
The hospital is small compared to most in Scotland, just 49 beds, but it is the country's first built to a net-zero standard, which means the running of the building does not contribute carbon emissions.
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