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New affordable homes for Northumberland
Work is set to start on a multi-million pound affordable homes scheme for people in the greatest housing need in Stocksfield, Northumberland. The development of 16 affordable homes will be built by Two Castles Housing Association, working alongside Esh Property Services, as part of the Hadrian Solutions Partnership.Read more
Each new home will incorporate a number of energy-efficient features such as efficient boilers and insulation to help residents keep their energy bills affordable. Part-funded by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) with an investment of £360,000 and with support from Northumberland County Council, the scheme is now due to be completed by September 2016.
Open eco-homes in Cambridge
An Open Eco Homes event will allow people to visit 15 homes in Cambridge to see how they can cut fuel, save energy and make their homes more comfortable. The event will boast a wide range of homes from Regency to new build. Open eco homes co-ordinator Allan Shepherd said: “This year, we’ve got Cambridge’s first co-housing project – a 42 home development known as K1; a new build kit home-made of super-insulated factory-made panel walls; a St John’s college student house renovation and a house with a hempcrete DIY wall insulation workshop. Read more
Shepherd continued: “Meeting the actual householders should be a great experience for visitors. Every one of them has unique knowledge to pass on because every house is different and everyone has carefully chosen the home improvements right for them and their home.” Practical information, inspiration and advice will be shared at the event, organised by Cambridge Carbon Footprint. The open homes will be held on September 18 and 24.Book a tour by going to openecohomes.org.uk.