Larkfleet ‘number one’ in energy efficient homes
LARKFLEET Homes is throwing down the gauntlet to other local housing developers with a claim that its houses are the most energy-efficient being built in the Peterborough and South Lincolnshire area.
The design of the Bourne-based company’s properties allows householders to save £600 a year in energy bills compared to homes built to current Building Regulations standards.
And with projected increasing energy costs in future, its properties will continue to save householders money for years to come.
Many of Larkfleet Homes’ properties have already been built to meet the Code for Sustainable Homes level three ahead of statutory requirements – some 25 per cent above the current minimum standards for energy efficiency – and the company continues to innovate to ensure that it is at the forefront of energy-efficient building and development.
Larkfleet claims no other local builder is matching this standard.
Larkfleet Homes currently has a development of 47 properties located on the Old Laundry site in Manning Road, Bourne, and 84 properties, which will include both flats and houses, at Parsons Prospect in Thorney Road, Eye, near Peterborough.
All the properties on these developments are built to meet level three of the Code for Sustainable Homes and, therefore, could save buyers a substantial annual sum.
Managing director of Larkfleet Homes Karl Hick said: “Developers rarely meet the high environmental standards that Larkfleet can offer householders.
“Larkfleet Homes is committed to not only meeting energy efficiency standards, but also exceeding them.
“These homes not only save the householder money in bills, but are also part of a larger investment in a cleaner, more sustainable environment for the future.”
SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS: New homes being built at Parsons Prospect in Eye by Larkfleet meet high standards for energy efficiency.