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Hayfield Homes has submitted a reserved matters planning application to Tewkesbury Borough Council for a £35m GDV sustainable residential scheme in Gotherington, Gloucestershire.

The proposed scheme will sit on a 6.27 ha site, which was acquired from L&Q Estates.

Once approved and completed, the fossil fuel-free development will provide 50 two-, three- and five-bedroom homes and bungalows, 20 of which will be designated for affordable housing.

All dwellings will feature solar PV panels, air source heat pumps, energy-efficient underfloor heating, increased insulation, water efficiency measures and an electric vehicle charging point — in line with Hayfield’s zero-carbon-ready design principles.

In addition to this, the scheme will also include a multi-use games area, a children’s play area and a multi-purpose community area suitable for village events.

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Andy Morris, managing director at Hayfield, said: “Our vision for this scheme has been to demonstrate how impressive a sustainable development can look and the positive impact it can achieve for local communities.

“That’s why in designing this scheme, not only have we harmonised our signature house designs to keep the village’s existing architecture, but to also introduce sustainable measures that will enable future residents to significantly lower their carbon footprint and household energy usage.”

Richard Edwards, group land and planning director at L&Q Estates, stated that the eco-friendly development would provide much-needed family homes in the area.

“We believe this development will add to the bio-diversity of the area and the public open spaces will prove beneficial to villagers.”


Source: Development Finance Today

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