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From April 2023, homeowners who purchase a new-build house in England could save an impressive £3,100 on their energy bills.

This is according to research results from the House Builders Federation which reveals that consumers can benefit greatly compared with older properties when the Government’s Energy Price Guarantee cap increases next year.

New research by the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) sheds light on the potential energy bill savings homeowners can achieve when choosing a new build home over existing properties. Their ‘Watt a Save!’ report assesses Energy Performance Certificate data revealing a wealth of information about efficiency measures.

The analysis finds that new build homes are an ideal choice for energy-conscious buyers. With an average annual bill of £1,707 for new build properties (flats, maisonettes, bungalows and houses), home owners can expect an average saving of £2,510 compared to those that own older properties, which have an average bill of £4,218.

Houses rather than flats or bungalows will see the greatest savings, estimated at £3,118 a year.

Reduced Energy Costs

Bearing in mind the importance of reduced energy costs, more than half of UK home-movers have revealed that they would be persuaded to purchase a property if it has lower utility bills due to its increased efficiency.

Arbora Homes is dedicated to building a zero carbon future; sustainability is embedded into everything we do. We create more responsible and sustainable living solutions with our properties featuring a number of sustainable measures:

  • 100% renewable energy
  • Air Source heat pumps
  • Energy efficient underfloor heating
  • Water efficiency features
  • Solar and battery ready homes
  • Electric car charging

Our latest development, The Lindens, Show Home opens on Friday 24 March where you can see first-hand the sustainable measures we implement into our eco-friendly homes.

The Lindens

Gosfield, CO9 1GW

2, 3 & 4 Bedrooms

Show Home Now Open