The Addison House scheme was built on the site of the former doctor’s surgery on Shephall Way.
This scheme, nestled on the edge of Loves woods makes the most of the pleasant views and sunlight with the use of large triple glazed windows and doors. The scheme provides ten new homes which will be let by the council. The development has a number of environmental enhancements, which will also enable reduced running costs for the tenants.
As part of Stevenage Borough Council’s ongoing community engagement, an artwork competition was held with the students of Peartree Spring Primary School and Featherstone Wood Primary School whereby the children drew houses of the future. This formed part of the 100 year celebration of the Addison Act, with the winning drawings being buried at the site in a time capsule.
Our Commitment to build back better and greener
Protecting the environment and ensuring that new homes we build are sustainable for both future residents and the environment is an increasing priority for us.
Therefore we try to exceed the minimum standards required of us by Building Regulations.
On this scheme we have introduced the following:
- Super efficient boiler with flue heat re-cover system.
- Enhanced building fabric insulation.
- Triple glazing.
- A waste water heat recovery system.