Grenadier prides itself on pushing the boundaries of sustainability to deliver projects that not only benefit homeowners and the community, but also the wider environment.
Using innovative technologies, designs and materials, the Exeter-based company endeavours to reduce CO2 emissions, and landfill waste for every development.
Working closely with industry experts, Grenadier carefully assesses each project on an individual basis and strive to protect or enhance existing plant life and animal habitats, as well as encouraging and welcoming new breeds and species which have a positive impact on the community.
With a healthy and successful portfolio of high-quality, eco-friendly projects and a number of exciting new projects in the pipeline, Grenadier is well versed in delivering commercially viable projects which maximise environmental benefits – leading the way for other developers to follow suit.
RENEWABLES & MATERIALS
Sustainability is at the heart of every Grenadier development, and St Margaret’s Residences is no exception with the use of multiple renewable energy sources and sustainable materials which benefit both the residents and the environment.
Ground-source heat pumps will be introduced to supply sustainable heating and hot water for residents, while solar panels will be incorporated seamlessly into the roofs to preserve the character of the buildings and provide households with renewable energy.
Using local materials and working with local contractors wherever possible minimises the carbon footprint of the development and supports local businesses.
As the environment takes centre stage, St Margaret’s Residences is prepared for the rising popularity of electric cars, with twelve electric car charging points for the residents to use, and capacity for more to be added as popularity grows.
Bus routes serve the Magdalen Road development with access around the city, while Exeter is a cycle-friendly city with numerous cycle routes and lanes and most destinations around the city are just a 30 minute ride away.