Posted on | by Karl Elliott
Clague designed project hits the front page
We are delighted that another Clague designed Scheme has made the front page headlines on the Kentish Gazette today.
The article relates to a newly designed eco-village at Goose Farm, Broad Oak, which offers 19 two bedroom, fully self-sufficient homes with a carbon neutral status. Features will include rainwater recycling systems, solar panels and ground source heating.
This means that the homeowners will not be paying any gas or electricity bills, and only one water bill, as well as have access to an electric car and 2 electric bikes.
We look forward to seeing how this design progresses through planning in the upcoming months, once submission to the council has been made at the end of June.
See below for the full article.