6 Luxury Three Bedroom Eco Homes,
situated in a quiet residential street in Atherstone,
Each energy efficient home is yours for only £170,000
Energy no longer needs to be expensive
Live Better, Cleaner and Greener in an Eco Home
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Church Hall Gardens is a small development of just six luxury family eco homes. Each semi-detached property - all approx 1000 sq ft - has three bedrooms, one en-suite, and features a lounge-diner and kitchen breakfast area. Each property has a garden over 50 feet in length and off-street parking for two cars.
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Fixed Energy Tariffs Rise 13% in 4 Months
Energy Bills Have Risen By Up To 9% Since October
Typical Energy Bill Now £1400 A Year
300,000 More Homes in Fuel Poverty
Sound familiar? More people than ever being forced on to the front line of fuel poverty this winter – Don’t be one of them. Our Eco Homes are completely energy-efficient and you will pay virtually no electricity bills, no gas bills and heavily reduced water bills.
SSE raises prices by 9%
British Gas raises gas and electricity prices by 6%
Npower raises gas and electricity prices by 8.8% & 9.1% respectively
Scottish Power raises prices by 7%
EDF raises gas and electricity prices by 10.8%
E.ON will announce price rise from January 2013
Saving You Money & Energy
These properties feature the latest in green technology to ensure your energy bills and carbon footprint are kept to an absolute minimum. With energy bills only rising this is a real money saver for now and the long term. Technology includes the highest quality insulation, photovoltaic cells on the roof and air source heat pumps.
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For more information about how we can provide consultancy on your own eco-project see our About page >>
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