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Come home to comfort this winter

Enjoy a new home this winter with modern open plan designs, and you’ll have a place for everything with the additional storage we’ve built in. Don’t miss out – reserve early to secure your new home this winter.

Get saving with our energy efficient homes

As winter draws in, you’ll be glad you chose a new Barratt home. *Our modern building materials and construction techniques make our cost homes 65% more energy-efficient than older properties of the same size. Saving you up to £1,410 per year on your energy bills^.

 

 

 

Use our energy calculator below to see how much you could save.

Energy savings calculator

What would you do with an extra £200, £500 or £1500 a year? Barratt homes are up to 65% more energy efficient than a similar sized older home, even after it's been modernised. Use our calculator to see how much you could save.

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a year with a new home from Barratt Homes.


About these calculations

All savings are based on space and water heating in a typical gas central heated property, using an average gas price of 4.21p/kWh correct as of July 2014. Savings are the modelled differences in heating running costs between typical historic homes (sourced from SAP 2009) and modern Barratt Homes (sourced from Barratt Homes), assuming the dimensions remain the same. Dimensions are based on the Holden (detached house), Barwick (Semi-detached house), Tiverton (mid-terrace house) and Foxton (flat) Barratt Home properties. Please note that savings may vary with different historical home configurations, construction type and building orientation which has an effect upon heating requirements. This information should only be used as a guide.

We’ll help you get moving

Plot 31, BH, Lyde Green, Emersons Green, Barratt Homes Bristol

We have a great range of schemes available to help get you closer to owning your ideal home.

The Help to Buy scheme gets you moving with just a 5% deposit. The Government will provide a 20% equity loan (interest free for five years), so you’ll only need to secure a 75% mortgage.

We can also help you sell your existing home through our Part Exchange Xtra scheme. We’ll work with our trusted estate agent partners to handle all viewings and enquiries on the property. And if it doesn’t sell, we could be your guaranteed buyer. Meaning one less thing for you to worry about.

Here to help

We can introduce you to New Homes Mortgage Advisers, who will be on hand to guide you throughout your home-buying journey. Helping you to choose the right scheme, get the best mortgage rate and answer any questions on the paper work.

Whatever the request, we’ll be here to help make your move that bit easier.

New House Sales Adviser

Quality homes, built to last

We’re proud to say that we’re an award-winning home builder. We’ve won more NHBC Pride in the Job awards than any other major national builder. And for the 8th year running an independent survey has confirmed that over 90%** of our customers would recommend us to a friend – watch our video below to see why.

You can be confident of quality when you reserve your new Barratt home this winter.


*'We', 'our', 'us' refers to the Barratt Developments PLC Group brands.

†First 2 years covered by Builder Warranty & NHBC Guarantee or similar. Years 3-10 covered by NHBC insurance or similar.  Full exclusions and limitations can be found on the NHBC website.  Available on virtually all of our developments. 

^ Costs based upon the comparison of a new build four-bed detached house built to 2010 regulations vs. Victorian property (upgraded with modern-day improvements). An upgraded Victorian home means one which has the following improvements over original build specification: 200mm loft insulation, double glazing to half of all windows, a 72% efficient (non-condensing) gas boiler and insulated hot water cylinder.  Source: Zero Carbon Hub and NHBC Foundation 2012. http://www.zerocarbonhub.org/news/energy-efficient-homes-could-cut-annual-bills-half

** Based on HBF star rating scheme from 2010 to 2017 derived from the NHBC national new homes survey (at eight weeks) over 90% of Barratt Developments PLC group customers would recommend our brands to a friend.

*** Based upon customer survey satisfaction results published by the HBF in the 2015/16 survey year where 8,152 Barratt Developments PLC group customer responses were considered. This sample size was more than any other developer for the 5th successive survey year.



 
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