Property expert predicts growing demand for sustainable housing in 2023

Daniel Chard from UK conveyancing solicitors, Bird & Co, believes that the company will see an increase in demand for sustainable housing in 2023 following a recent survey that found 82 percent of buyers would be willing to pay more for an energy-efficient property.
Property expert predicts growing demand for sustainable housing in 2023
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The demand for greener housing can be seen in the growing popularity for energy-saving materials, such as solar panels and heat pumps, as well as the government’s ‘Future Homes and Buildings Standard 2025’. These are a set of objectives that will ensure every new build home after 2025 will cut carbon emissions by 75 to 80 percent compared to the homes built before.

“Sustainable housing offers homeowners low operating costs, increased property value, a reduced carbon footprint and a generally healthier and happier way of living” said Mr Chard. “For homeowners looking to reduce the cost of living, sustainable housing is really the future of buying. The Government’s plans to produce more sustainable housing will only encourage property buyers to think greener before buying. Energy prices are one of the biggest issues we’re facing, and the situation isn’t likely to change. Eco-friendly housing offers a great solution to these issues.”

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