Newland Homes adds to zero carbon homes portfolio

Newland Homes adds to zero carbon homes portfolio

Newland Homes has exchanged contracts on two new development sites, increasing its capacity to create more zero carbon homes powered by renewable energy sources. Both sites are located in the South West and have the potential to add to the company’s portfolio of zero carbon homes, subject to planning permission.

The 1.79 acre brownfield Orchestra Works site is in the village of Kingswood, near Wotton-Under-Edge in Stroud. Newland Homes will shortly be consulting on plans to regenerate the site for around 35 homes. In Thornbury, the company has acquired a 5.3 acre site which it will promote through the local plan for around 40 high-quality, zero carbon homes and open space.

Andrew Billings, Land Director at Newland Homes, commented: “We are witnessing significant consumer appetite for homes that run on green and clean energy sources and increasingly, we are being approached by landowners and agents who want to play a role in creating housing which has been deemed by both the industry and consumers to be the future of housing for the UK.”

Newland Homes is a carbon neutral company and has signed up to the United Nations’ Climate Neutral Now pledge.

Image: An aerial shot of the brownfield Orchestra Works site in Kingswood, indicated by the red line outline


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