Cordy House

Sustainability

When designing Cordy House, we took a double-ended approach to the environment, reducing the overall demand for energy while adding sustainable generation methods.

To achieve this, the development boasts:
–  Roof-mounted photovoltaic solar panels.
–  Building materials, windows and doors that exceed regulations for
thermal insulation and air-tightness.
–  Low-capacity bathroom fittings and A-rated appliances for
reduced water usage.
–  NIBE F370 Exhaust Air Heat Pump – This is part of a new
generation of heat pumps, which have been introduced to supply
the home with inexpensive and environmentally friendly heating.

MISREPRESENTATION ACT

Notice to prospective buyers: The details and specifications contained in this brochure have, in accordance with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, been prepared and provided in good faith. The details in this brochure are for guidance only. All photographs, CGI's, illustrations, plans, images, specifications, areas and dimensions indicated are approximate and indicative only, supplied in order to give a general impression of the proposed development. Mura Estates in partnership with Aitch Group who have produced this brochure, operate a policy of continuous improvement development standards; features, specifications and elevational treatments may therefore vary from time to time. Mura Estates in partnership with Aitch Group reserves the right to alter any part of the development. Particulars described in this brochure should not be relied on as accurately describing any specific matters. When reference is made to proposed facilities, prospective buyers are advised to undertake their own enquiry, if provision of such may influence their decision to purchase. No information or description in this brochure shall constitute a contract, part of a contract or warranty, nor may it be relied upon as a representation or fact.