Energy Efficient Living
Truly built for modern living, every aspect of construction at Woodland Grove, Milltimber has been carefully considered to increase efficiency and reduce carbon emmissions.
Cheaper to run
With an EPC B rating, you’ll pay less for heating, hot water and electricity than the Scottish average (Band D):
potentially saving hundreds of pounds a year.
Annual estimated Woodland Grove heating, lighting and hot water costs £400
In fact, the latest ONS figures from JUne 2017 show the average annueal domestic gas bill for 2016 was £697, based on standard credit payments and 15,000kWh usage; and the averageelectricity bill was £631, again based on standard credit payments, and using 3,800kWh.
Average annual domestic gas bill in Scotland - £753
Average annual domestic electricity bill in Scotland - £619
*ONS figures, updated June 2016. Gas is based on 15,000kWh/yr and electricity on 3,800 kWhr/yr Ref - https://www.gov.uk/government/statistical-data-sets/annual.
Environmental impact (CO2) B rating
Average rating in Scotland - D
Estimated CO2 emissions are 1.5 tonnes a year, that’s 4.5
fewer than the average Scottish household
Reassurance, built in
All CHAP Homes’ Woodland Grove apartments meet or
surpass relevant design and construction requirements, and
come with a 10 year NHBC buildmark guarantee.
And CHAP Homes abides by the standards set out in the Consumer Code for Housebuilders.