Considerate eco-homes planned for Buckinghamshire

UK housebuilder Hayfield has now acquired a new site for an upcoming residential scheme.

The proposed project involves the construction of 40 new homes that will offer luxury standards of living and the latest green technology. Advanced electric vehicle (EV) fast-charging facilities and heating systems powered by heat pumps are among the options planned for the properties.

The development is accessed via Risborough Road in Buckinghamshire. The site was acquired from Rainier Developments Ltd, with it already possessing outline planning permission. Now, Hayfield has made a reserved matters application to the local authority, so that it can build executive properties with between two to five bedrooms. A new shop is included in the plans, along with a landscaped greenspace for public use.

According to Showhouse, Managing Director for Hayfield, Andy Morris, commented:

“We are thrilled to have acquired this rare development opportunity, and we look forward to working with the Officers and elected members of Buckinghamshire Council and Great and Little Kimble cum Marsh Parish Council on our Reserved Matters Application.”

Only three miles from verdant Aylesbury, the development has been designed to match its picturesque setting, from the historic village to the idyllic countryside nearby.

Architects in Mold, Buckinghamshire and other parts of the UK are increasingly focused on creating environmentally friendly designs. Not only do building plans feature new sustainable technology like heat pumps and solar panels, but the overall character of properties is sympathetically designed to blend effortlessly into the location they are constructed in.

Posted by Mark
July 26, 2021

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