Energy costs down for Hoo homes
by James Renoux-Wood Tue 23 September 2014, 4:16 pm
Bellway Homes is developing apartments at Hoo St Werburgh in Medway that could save buyers up to £1,400 a year on gas and electricity costs.
Research by the National House-Building Council and Zero Carbon Hub found that new build homes could reduce energy costs by up to 57% a year when compared to upgraded Victorian properties.
The scheme, Blossom Park, features two bedroom apartments and two, three and four bedroom houses.
Steve Jones, managing director of Bellway Homes South East, said: “As a Home Builders Federation five star house builder we understand the needs of our buyers, and we know the importance of ensuring good energy efficiency in our homes.”