Our homes come with a range of energy-efficient white goods to help your home run at a lower cost
Energy efficient homes with Bellway London
A warm welcome home
We’re committed to delivering energy-efficient homes for Londoners across all of our developments. Our homeowners could save an average of £1,620* per year¹ – that’s just under half the cost of a typical existing apartment. Using the most modern construction methods and industry leading technology, our homes are
carefully considered – from insulation through to window glazing – so that you can enjoy lower energy bills all year round. That saving increases even further, up to £2,200 per year on average, when you buy one of our houses – a saving of £183 every single month on your energy bills.²
(*Stats taken from the HBF ‘Watt a Save’ energy report 2023. Based on HBF analysis of EPC ratings, taking into account the scheduled Energy Price Guarantee (EPG) increases. ¹Statistics exclusive to apartments. ²Statistics exclusive to houses versus older homes).
Efficiency in every aspect
We use modern construction methods and materials that meet the most recent regulations to ensure our homes use less energy, making them greener and cheaper to run than older properties. Our homes come with:
Most of our developments have electric car charging points (subject to purchase) so you can conveniently charge from home
BUILT TO THE MOST MODERN STANDARDS
Through enhanced manufacturing processes and other smart innovations, insulation used in Bellway London homes improves heat retention, helping to save money on household bills.
Walls in Bellway London homes utilise energy-efficient insulation to help trap warmth and drive down running costs. In addition, the materials contain a high level of recycled bottle-bank glass helping the environment.
Double-glazed windows help to keep homes warmer during the winter and cooler during the summer, enabling homeowners to enjoy money-saving benefits throughout the year.
Did you know?
The average new Bellway London property would emit 1.32 tonnes of carbon emissions a year, versus an average older property rated EPC Band D which emits 4.08 tonnes.
That’s a saving of 2.76 tonnes a year which is the equivalent of a return flight from Heathrow to Rio De Janeiro²
³ Source: carbonfootprint.com