Zero carbon housebuilder Sero Homes has formally submitted plans for Parc Hadau – a new community of 35 carbon neutral homes set in a wildlife-friendly landscape in Rhydyfro, Pontardawe.
As work to create 225 new affordable homes at Parc Eirin in Rhondda Cynon Taf gets underway, Julie James, Minister for Housing and Local Government, has attended a turf cutting ceremony on site.
Housing and Local Government Minister Julie James has today announced that Sero Homes’ Parc Hadau scheme has been awarded £2.4million funding as part of this year’s Innovative Housing Programme.
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Andy Sutton argues that society needs to start placing value on decarbonisation. The Welsh Government Advisory Group’s recent Better Homes. Better Wales. Better World report served as a timely reminder of the pressing need for improving the energy credentials of homes to become the norm.
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The local community is being invited to attend a public exhibition to find out more about plans for Parc Hadau, a new neighbourhood with around 35 carbon neutral homes in Rhydyfro, Pontardawe.
Plans to develop more than 200 low carbon homes in the east of the city have been awarded Welsh Government grant funding. The Cardiff Living development will deliver 214 properties on the former site of Eastern high school off Newport Road and will receive £3.9m as part of the Innovative Housing Programme – the £90m, three-year programme to support new ways of designing and delivering housing to increase housing supply, meet carbon reduction targets, tackle fuel poverty and address demographic change.