25 May

Green property plans in Yorkshire are welcomed

Green property plans in Yorkshire are welcomed

People seeking property to rent in Yorkshire may benefit from the construction of new green homes in the area.

According to a report in the Yorkshire Post, Sheffield Council's ruling cabinet is due to meet tomorrow (May 26th) to finalise the details of the environmentally-friendly residences.

A scheme which will lead to the creation of 19 new abodes in Burngreave will then be able to proceed, after bosses have examined the financial specifics of the project.

Commenting on the development, officers from the local authority said: "It will improve the overall sustainability of these communities by providing good quality housing as well as choice and access to a wider offer of homes in the areas."

There will be a range of properties on offer, including two, three, four and five-bedroom houses.

Also, the dwellings will incorporate solar panels on their roofs, which are designed to produce hot water and electricity.

Recently, the news source revealed that new apartments are also to be created in Barnsley.

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