Advertising with us works because a huge amount of people read the magazine – and act based on what they read.
For any brands looking to reach an extremely large yet targeted audience of people with a professional or personal interest in sustainable building - and, it follows, other kinds of green products, services and messages - Passive House Plus offers an unrivaled proposition. With the largest circulation of any sustainable building magazine in the UK, Passive House Plus is precisely targeted to the key decision makers involved in thousands of live sustainable building and upgrading projects, with an emphasis on housing developments and one-off homes, schools and healthcare buildings.
Using live data on UK construction projects from specialist construction activity data provider Glenigan, we cherry pick the key decision makers involved in thousands of the most interesting live sustainable building projects. Out of our last, independently audited circulation of 10,046 copies, roughly 8,000 copies were circulated to architects, developers and clients, using data from construction data specialists Glenigan, with an emphasis on projects with sustainability targets such as Code for Sustainable Homes and BREEAM ratings.
The chart below is taken from the circulation of a recent issue of Passive House Plus (UK edition), and reflects the typical readership breakdown for a given issue.
But that's not all. These figures are disregarding the impact of our digital magazine. Passive House Plus is also available to subscribers as an intuitive, user-friendly digital magazine. Click here to read our back issues. Our UK back issues are averaging over 2,000 reads per issue to date. Passive House Plus is now also available to subscribers as an intuitive, user-friendly digital magazine. Click here to read our back issues. Our UK back issues are averaging circa 2,000 reads per issue to date.
But a good circulation's not just about quantity. Quality is key too, and once again we come up trumps.
Passive House Plus is the official partner magazine of the UK's largest green building association, the AECB, as well as being an official partner magazine for the Passivhaus Trust and The Green Register of Construction Professionals.