We are taking extra steps to make as green as possible our upcoming new collection of apartments next to Gloucestershire County Cricket Club’s ground.
The homes in Bristol will be ideal for cricket lovers as they are one part of a major £10 million redevelopment to attract international Test matches and make the stadium a state-of-the-art venue.
But we’ve not forgotten the environment, so in our drive to cut carbon emissions at the apartments by a further 12 per cent, we are fitting solar panels to the roofs and will introduce an innovative green travel plan too.
That includes a charging point for electric cars, plus two vehicles for residents to share and reduce traffic on the roads. There will be plentiful advice on public transport and vouchers towards the cost of a bicycle or bus pass.
Linden Homes Western managing director Nigel Palmer said: “We’re very proud to be working with Gloucestershire County Cricket Club on this prestigious project, but that doesn’t mean our green principles get left behind.
“As well as our usual standard of insulation and energy saving measures, these extra actions will help reduce carbon even more and demonstrates how we are refusing to settle for the easiest course.”
Every piece of timber in your house is sustainably sourced timber. This means that new trees are planted to replace those cut down.
Our insulation process includes blowing insulation into cavity walls, which means our homes are better insulated because there are less air gaps.