Money saving homes in town

Families are saving cash as well as helping the environment after moving into eco-friendly homes on Hoyland Way.'Marc Gifford and two-year-old son Jack moved into their new home, part of a development of two two-bedroom apartments last month.'He said: 'I'm really pleased with my new home, and it's so warm that I never really need the heating on. ''Hopefully, this should mean much lower bills over the winter.''The houses were built by Bramall, in partnership with Chevin Housing Association, using mainly natural materials from sustainable sources.'The new homes at Hoyland Way achieved level four of the Code for Sustainable Homes.

Families are saving cash as well as helping the environment after moving into eco-friendly homes on Hoyland Way.'Marc Gifford and two-year-old son Jack moved into their new home, part of a development of two two-bedroom apartments last month.'He said: 'I'm really pleased with my new home, and it's so warm that I never really need the heating on. ''Hopefully, this should mean much lower bills over the winter.''The houses were built by Bramall, in partnership with Chevin Housing Association, using mainly natural materials from sustainable sources.'The new homes at Hoyland Way achieved level four of the Code for Sustainable Homes.

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NEW energy-efficient homes are saving South Kirkby residents cash over the winter period.

Families are saving money as well as helping the environment after moving into eco-friendly homes on Hoyland Way.

Marc Gifford and two-year-old son Jack moved into their new home, part of a development of two-bedroom apartments last month.

He said: “I’m really pleased with my new home, and it’s so warm that I never really need the heating on.

“Hopefully, this should mean much lower bills over the winter.”

The houses were built by Bramall, in partnership with Chevin Housing Association, using mainly natural materials from sustainable sources.

The new homes at Hoyland Way achieved level four of the Code for Sustainable Homes.