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We like to build homes that last. Homes that future generations can grow in. This dedication to the future stretches further than the home you live in. It includes the world we live in.
We’ve made a commitment to create environmentally sensitive and sustainable developments. We follow sound best practice principles throughout the planning, design and build stages at every site. And all in close association with official planners and energy industry bodies.
That means bringing in environmental performance standards, taking a hard look at the energy efficiency of the materials we use, and employing renewable energy technology to reduce consumption of fossil fuels and carbon dioxide emissions. Finally, it means considering things like recycling, the use of water efficient appliances, water conservation, preservation of ecology and general health and wellbeing when designing our homes.
We go to great lengths to ensure our developments fit naturally with the environment and local landscape. We’re determined to protect, preserve and enhance the natural site features and we work closely with the Environment Agency, Natural England and local wildlife groups to manage and maintain any protected flora and fauna. We always endeavour to enhance the local landscape and habitats to encourage and increase biodiversity.
During construction we try and protect the environment where we work and strive to reduce any waste. A proportion of our developments are on brownfield sites, land or premises that have been previously used.
ALL OF OUR DEVELOPMENTS WORK WITHIN THE 9 MEASURES OF SUSTAINABLE DESIGN