The Government has set targets for new-build housing to be zero carbon from 2016 – which could see new homes being 79 per cent cheaper to run.
Research (published by the NHBC Foundation) reveals that new homes built to current regulations could cost 55 per cent less to run than typical 'upgraded' Victorian homes.
It also reveals that 69 per cent of consumers would be happy to pay a premium for an energy efficient home, with younger people leading the way in energy efficiency aspirations.
These findings mean that developers like Linden Homes are turning up the heat when it comes to promoting new build, energy efficient properties.
Linden Homes can help customers at its developments across North East Lincolnshire and Yorkshire reduce energy and save money when they buy one of their stunning new homes.
Steve Woomble, sales director, said: “As part of the Government’s directive and our own responsibility towards the environment, our new homes meet with all the relevant regulations.
“Energy efficient new homes are well insulated and include double-glazing as standard – automatically making them cheaper than many older style homes.
“All new homes are also fitted with a water metre, and studies show that new homes hugely more energy efficient that older homes, so producing lower energy bills.”
Facts (NHBC Foundation)
And while you are planning your move to a brand new Linden home, here are some energy-saving tips that could save you money while you wait (source Energy Savings Trust):
For more energy saving tips visit www.energysavingtrust.co.uk
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27 September 2013
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