Chichester’s MP praised our Graylingwell Park development in the city when he visited to view its progress.
The collection of homes is the largest zero-carbon scheme in the UK and has its own combined heat and energy centre, extensive solar panels, an off-site wind turbine and comprehensive home insulation.
The first phase is now fully occupied and Andrew Tyrie MP was given a guided tour by Linden Homes Guildford managing director Peter Youll and land director Kevin MacKenzie round Nightingales, the latest properties being built.
Mr Tyrie said: “A good job is being done at Graylingwell Park. The partnership has shown what a balanced development can look like.”
The development is a joint project between Linden Homes, Affinity Sutton and the Homes and Communities Agency. Set within 85 acres of parkland, it features a community garden and will also have an orchard, farm shop and community hall, plus commercial space and artists’ studios.
Peter Youll added: “We were delighted that Mr Tyrie took time out of his busy schedule to visit Graylingwell Park. We’re extremely proud of this development and encouraged by Mr Tyrie’s support.”
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