First phase of heat pump powered homes to launch at Taylor Wimpey’s Sudbury community

The first homes to be powered by a sustainable heating network that eliminates the need for gas boilers will launch at Taylor Wimpey’s Westland Heath development in Sudbury next month.

Buyers will have the first chance to reserve one of the new homes on phase two of Westland Heath at a launch event on June 15 and 16.

This phase will include a mix of two to five-bedroom houses and one-bedroom coach houses.

From this phase onwards, all homes at Westland Heath will be connected to a community heat hub that will use large-scale air source heat pumps to supply homes with heat and hot water.

The technology, delivered by utility provider GTC, will reduce carbon emissions by around 80 per cent compared to traditional gas heating.

During the launch event customers will be able to meet the sales team, take their pick of the first available plots on phase two, and learn more about the many incentives available to help make their move more affordable. These include Deposit Top Up and Part Exchange. Suffolk Coffee Pod will also be there giving free hot drinks to attendees.

Michael O’Leary, regional operations and sales cirector at Taylor Wimpey London, said: “With new legislation around the energy efficiency of new homes due to be in place next year, we’re incredibly excited to be leading the way with our community heat hub at Westland Heath.

“This will be our first chance to show customers the energy savings that they will make by living in this sustainable new community and we’re excited to welcome people to our launch event this month. We have a wide range of homes suitable for all sorts of buyers, so come along and talk to our sales team to see what they have for you.”

Westland Heath is at 7 Tufnell Gardens, off Acton Lane, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 0ZS.

People can visit, email or call 01787 322095 to speak to the sales team.

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