8 Sep

Norfolk opens doors to new residents with new energy-efficient property build

Norfolk opens doors to new residents with new energy-efficient property build

A housing development near Norwich is set to include the very latest in energy-saving measures, in what is being billed as positive news for those looking for property to rent in Norfolk.

The affordable homes will include cutting edge technologies to meet the brief of making the properties some of the greenest in Britain while also achieving a zero carbon status.

Features include renewable electricity from solar panels, a grey water system, heat recovery and ventilation systems as well as super insulation in walls, floors and roofs. This all means zero carbon emissions for the environment and for the families living there, majorly reduced household utility bills.

Councillor Jo Cottingham said: "We are committed to providing good housing that people can afford for everyone in Broadland and this paves the way for the wider eco-community project which is our long term ambition."

Construction is expected to be completed by late September.


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