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New isgreen

From the birds and the bees to the shrubs and the trees, we look after the local environment so you can enjoy getting out as much as staying in.

A happy environment

Bird in a treedid you know

Taking care of the local environment is a big deal for every one of our developments. We build our homes and communities in a way that takes into account the many plants, birds and other wildlife in the area. 

Being green is part of who we are and creates places in which you'll love to live. It all starts with our ecologists. They do a thorough study of the area and find out which features they should keep to encourage the local wildlife, such as hedgerows, trees and shrubs.

Walking the dog or having a kickabout with the kids is all part of enjoying where you live. Having a healthy amount of green space is vital to bringing communities together, so we make sure that, on average, 27% of the land on our developments is developed into gardens and communal areas*.

Your new home has been built with a sustainable future in mind. We make sure that all of our building materials are responsibly sourced and that we recycle 95% of our site waste.

We create beautifully designed, high quality and energy efficient homes that are built in a sustainable and responsible way. For more information on how we build sustainable homes, download a copy of our brochure here. And for more information on how you can live more sustainably, view our brochure here.

Keeping that buzz

No one wants to wave goodbye to the Great British honeybee. But if we don't act now, they could die out completely. That's why we've joined the fight to save the British honeybee, by nurturing more bee-friendly plants at our developments.

We have set up a partnership with the British Beekeepers Association and will change the way we landscape open spaces and showhome gardens at 400 developments nationwide.

We will work with the charity on how to encourage bees and give them the food they need. We will also work with our homeowners to provide help and advice in creating bee-friendly environments.

an informative sign explaining how the colourful garden in picture is planted with bee-friendly plants

Give nature a helping hand

Find out how you can make your garden a place where the local wildlife can flourish.

Moving towards zero

We are on a journey towards all of our homes being Zero Carbon**. That's why we're leading the way in green building.

Our new homes are designed with energy efficiency as a key design consideration. Good levels of insulation, quality construction on-site and high-efficiency heating systems help to cut down carbon emissions and your bills.

When we discover that something works brilliantly, we start applying that thinking to all of our homes. Pioneering developments such as those in Hanham Hall in Bristol and Trumpington Meadows in Cambridge are proof that our new homes can set the benchmark for sustainability for years to come.

 

 

 

Some of the features shown may not be available with every Barratt Home or on every Barratt Homes development . Please speak to a sales adviser for the specific development for details of the features available on the Home.

Barratt Sustainability report 2015

 

** Per the proposed Government definition 2016

It's good to know that we're helping the environment in some way. I feel very passionately about what we have here, and I do promote that...especially where I work!

BARRATT HOMEOWNER

 
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