Arbora Homes granted planning permission for four detached homes in Little Hallingbury

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Arbora Homes are delighted to announce they have been granted planning permission for four detached family homes in the idyllic village of Little Hallingbury. The development, which will consist of high-quality traditional style housing, set within an attractive landscape-led scheme, will feature high-quality materials that complement the local vernacular.

Michael Reeves, Land Director at Arbora Homes, said:

“Arbora Homes has a strong reputation for delivering high-quality developments in premium locations and this latest scheme is sure to appeal to those looking for an aspirational family home in a picturesque setting.”

Each home will have an open-plan living space, as well as bedrooms that are strategically positioned to encourage natural sunlight and solar thermal energy. Kitchens will be located at the rear of the property to achieve a light and open space which is multi-functional and overlooks the rear garden. Properties within this development mirror the characteristics and style of those found within the local village, and take inspiration from neighbouring buildings.

As with all Arbora Homes developments, the Little Hallingbury site follows a wealth of sustainable principles to minimise overheating, reduce flood risks, improve water efficiency, and protect and enhance green infrastructure. The layout and orientation of each property has been thoughtfully considered to provide adequate levels of natural daylight and maximise on the use of passive solar and thermal energy. All four properties will also have high performance thermal insulation, electric fast-charging points, energy-efficient window glazing and frames, lighting and appliances, as well as use Air Source Heat Pumps as a renewable energy source. 

Arbora Homes along with their planning consultant SPD Studio will be appealing a twin-track application for five additional bungalows to be situated at the rear of the remaining site.