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New development of oil and gas-free luxury homes launch in Shropshire

The site at Grafton, near Montford Bridge, includes three energy-efficient houses.

A housing development that is fully oil and gas free is being built near Shrewsbury. The Farmyard at Grafton, near Montford Bridge, launches this weekend and will feature three energy-efficient four-and five-bedroom luxury homes. They will be first Dennis Edwards Homes in Shropshire to benefit from air source heat pumps and under-floor heating, making them completely gas and oil-free.

This means they are ahead of the Government’s 2025 target, which states that no new homes should be built with gas boilers beyond this date. Charlotte Edwards, CEO at Dennis Edwards Homes, said: “We are thrilled to introduce the first Dennis Edwards development to be fully equipped with air source heat pumps, which are three to four times more efficient than boilers.

“This reflects our ongoing commitment to maximising the energy efficiency of our homes. Buyers will benefit from the

latest in energy saving technology, while still being in a wonderful location, surrounded by countryside and only 10 minutes from the hustle and bustle of the county town of Shrewsbury.”

The properties will exceed the latest energy-saving standards for new-build homes. Up to 74 per cent more energy-efficient, they will potentially save homeowners up to £2590 per year on energy bills.

Anyone interested in viewing the properties, which start from £625,000, should contact Balfours, the sales agents on 01743 353511.

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