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What is sustainability

The idea that goods and services should be produced in ways that do not use resources that cannot be replaced and that do not damage the environment; avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.

Our Aims

As a responsible housebuilder, we aim to make all of the developments we build sustainable, but what does that actually mean? It is an idea, derived from the past to meet the very real needs of the present, to change the way we build, and more importantly, the way we think.

Our Aims

As a responsible housebuilder, we aim to make
all of the developments we build sustainable,
but what does that actually mean? It is an
idea, derived from the past to meet the very
real needs of the present, to change the way
we build, and more importantly, the way we think.

Our Aims

As a responsible housebuilder, we aim to make all of the developments we build sustainable, but what does that actually mean? It is an idea, derived from the past to meet the very real needs of the present, to change the way we build, and more importantly, the way we think.

The idea of sustainability

The idea of sustainability in ancient societies was not a new phenomenon that was adopted and then implemented like today. For example, the need for sustainable design in Ancient Greece transcended class; all homes, from palaces right down to the most primitive homes, were designed with the same principles in mind, to maximise the use of solar energy from the sun.

The idea of sustainability

The idea of sustainability in ancient societies
was not a new phenomenon that was adopted and
then implemented like today. For example, the
need for sustainable design in Ancient Greece
transcended class; all homes, from palaces right
down to the most primitive homes, were designed
with the same principles in mind, to maximise
the use of solar energy from the sun.

The idea of sustainability

The idea of sustainability in ancient societies was not a new phenomenon that was adopted and then implemented like today. For example, the need for sustainable design in Ancient Greece transcended class; all homes, from palaces right down to the most primitive homes, were designed with the same principles in mind, to maximise the use of solar energy from the sun.

Past & Present

The history of modern housing through the centuries is fascinating and what sustainable meant 100 years ago is far removed from its definition today. During the Victorian and Edwardian eras, a modern home would have been one which boasted a working kitchen and bathroom. Fast forward to the new millennium and the house-building industry has contributed to carbon emission reductions by pioneering new energy technologies and by raising thermal performance dramatically.

Past & Present

The history of modern housing through the centuries
is fascinating and what sustainable meant
100 years ago is far removed from its definition
today. During the Victorian and Edwardian
eras, a modern home would have been one which
boasted a working kitchen and bathroom. Fast
forward to the new millennium and the
house-building industry has contributed
to carbon emission reductions by pioneering
new energy technologies and by raising thermal
performance dramatically.

Past & Present

The history of modern housing through the centuries is fascinating and what sustainable meant 100 years ago is far removed from its definition today. During the Victorian and Edwardian eras, a modern home would have been one which boasted a working kitchen and bathroom. Fast forward to the new millennium and the house-building industry has contributed to carbon emission reductions by pioneering new energy technologies and by raising thermal performance dramatically.

Our Guarantee

We certainly cannot predict the future, but we can work towards it and we can only do this by balancing environmental, economic and social aspects of communities to be able to deliver truly sustainable developments. When we build new homes we will treat the environment, society and the economy with care and attention to enable the new community to live as sustainably as possible.

Our Guarantee

We certainly cannot predict the future, but we
can work towards it and we can only do this
by balancing environmental, economic and
social aspects of communities to be able to
deliver truly sustainable developments.
When we build new homes we will treat the
environment, society and the economy with
care and attention to enable the new community
to live as sustainably as possible.

Our Guarantee

We certainly cannot predict the future, but we can work towards it and we can only do this by balancing environmental, economic and social aspects of communities to be able to deliver truly sustainable developments. When we build new homes we will treat the environment, society and the economy with care and attention to enable the new community to live as sustainably as possible.

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”

– Eleanor Roosevelt

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