November 22, 2011 Leave a comment
The new development of an eco scheme was officially opened in Rackheath, near Norwich, reported the Green Building Press. A plaque to mark the special occasion was unveiled in the presence of the residents, as well as the officials from the Broadland District Council and local housing provider Wherry Housing Association, who together funded the £1.7 million development.
At first sight the quiet Norfolk village doesn’t seem to differ from the other developments. However, in reality the 12 brand new houses have the latest building design and low carbon technology. With a zero carbon status and the sustainable homes code level 6, they are considered one of the greenest in Britain. Read more of this post