Crest Nicholson launches a new range of house types

Crest Nicholson launches a new range of house types

Crest Nicholson has unveiled a new collection of three and four bedroom house types at its Bristol development, Hygge Park at Keynsham. The new homes feature a number of measures designed to deliver environmental benefits.

Located between Bristol and Bath, Hygge Park takes its inspiration from the Danish ‘Hygge’ concept of comfort and wellbeing. The development prioritises flexible layouts, open living spaces and natural light, with open green spaces throughout the development.

The new house types have been designed to reduce unnecessary angles and ensure that all terrace units align, with the same overall lengths front to back. This improves their ability to retain heat and reduces the energy required to keep a home warm.

Mark Kershaw, Head of Sustainability at Crest Nicholson, commented: “Our new range of house types help us to improve thermal efficiency, minimise waste and speed up construction, helping to reduce our impact on the environment whilst helping homeowners to lead more sustainable lives.”

Ralph Hawkins, Managing Director at Crest Nicholson South West, commented: “These new house types will go a long way in reducing carbon emissions in both the construction process and in the running of homes for customers. By maximising the efficiency of space, many of the new homes will also offer more double bedrooms, utility rooms and studies, whilst spacious open-plan living areas provide flexibility for customers to adapt the way they use their home as their lifestyles change.”

Once complete, Hygge Park will offer 141 properties including two, three and four bedroom homes and two bedroom apartments.

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