2015 - present
Our homes in Bradninch were built on Duchy of Cornwall land, with a strong focus on sustainability.
The two, three and four-bedroom homes at Bradninch, Exeter have been developed on Duchy of Cornwall land in partnership with Hawkcrest Land Ltd and C G Fry & Son Ltd.
Tom Stratton, Deputy Land Steward for the Duchy of Cornwall, said:
“The Duchy of Cornwall readily supports the provision of high-quality, sustainable and affordable housing. These new properties in Bradninch have all been let to local families through The Guinness Partnership and we’re proud to have assisted in the project.”
Building sustainable homes
The new homes are heated with special pumps, which absorb heat from the outside air to create a far more efficient heating and hot water system than conventional boilers and radiators.
The exteriors are detailed with a mixture of brick, render and slate-tiled facades to give the development a traditional look and feel.
Rebecca and Chris Luke have also recently moved in. Rebecca added:
“We’re so happy here – our old house was damp and draughty and this is the first time we’ve had a proper enclosed garden for our daughter, Ava, to play in. She’s besotted with her new bedroom and our neighbours are lovely too – we’re incredibly grateful.”