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Plans for new ‘sustainable’ houses

Plans for new ‘sustainable’ houses

Saturday 11 July 2020

Plans for new ‘sustainable’ houses

Dandara has revealed plans to build 18 new eco-friendly apartments on Route Orange in St. Brelade in response to the government’s target of being carbon neutral by 2030.

The property developer says that the project’s aim is to reuse previously developed land in a sustainable way, reducing the environmental impacts of the development and enhancing local ecology and biodiversity.


Pictured: 18 'sustainable' apartments could be build on Route Orange in St Brelade if planning is approved. 

The company believes the scheme will provide a new approach to cutting carbon usage in the island by reducing greenhouse gas emissions from domestic and commercial properties.

In a statement, Dandara added that they hope the development will become an ‘exemplar project’ in ‘ecological and environmental design’ in Jersey.


Pictured: Renewable energy sources, such as solar panels, will be installed on-site to help meet Jersey's target of carbon neutrality by 2030. 

The Route Orange redevelopment will have on-site renewable energy sources, such as rainwater harvesting and solar panels, and the scheme will use off-site electricity from low carbon nuclear and hydro sources.

Apartments will include home offices to facilitate working from home and reduce commuting, and Dandara hope to encourage the use more sustainable modes of transport with on-site electric vehicle charging points and secure bicycle parking.


Pictured: The development will include on-site charging points for electric vehicles to encourage the use of more sustainable modes of transport. 

The project aims to create around 80 jobs, which Dandara hopes will assist with Jersey’s recovery following the effects of Covid-19. 

If planning permission is received, the project could begin within six weeks.

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