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Lancaster Cohousing, Heron Bank

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  • Artist's Impression
  • Live near work
  • Halton Mill
Artist's Impression

The Property

Heron Bank ‘live-near-work’ is an innovative, eco-friendly development of six three bedroom homes on the banks of the River Lune at Halton near Lancaster.

Each home has a south facing garden which extends towards the River Lune and a private parking space at the front of the property. The homes will be built to the highly insulated PassivHaus standard so they will need only minimal heating.

Heron Bank is next door to Halton Mill, a former engineering works that is currently being refurbished to provide offices, workshops, studios and hot desking space. These will be available to Heron Bank residents at reduced rental rates.

Heron Bank and Halton Mill are being developed by Lancaster Cohousing and have been designed in partnership with architects, Eco Arc

The Place

Heron Bank is set in a beautiful site alongside the River Lune on the outskirts of the village of Halton. The village has a school, shops, pub, doctor’s surgery and Community Centre.

Halton is 3 miles from Lancaster city centre and mainline station and only 2 miles from the M6. Lancaster can be easily reached by a riverside cycle path or regular buses.

Heron Bank is next door to Forge Bank, a cohousing community that is also being developed by Lancaster Cohousing. Together, they make one of the largest PassivHaus developments in the UK to date. Anticipated completion date: November 2012
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Beds: 3
Address: Mill Lane
City: Halton, Lancaster
County: Lancashire
Postcode: LA2 6ND

The Pitch

Heron Bank offers you the opportunity to live in an eco-home and walk just a few steps to work. Lots of developments now use the term ‘eco’ in their marketing. But Heron Bank actually delivers on the promise through PassivHaus design and green energy generation. The homes will only need minimal heating from a single radiator, powered by the community biomass boiler in the Mill. Electricity will be generated on-site from solar photovoltaic panels and the proposed hydro-electric scheme at Halton. The homes will be built using natural or recycled building materials with an emphasis on aesthetics and durability. Affordable work space will be available in the nearby Mill with reduced rental for Heron Bank residents.

The Price

These houses are now for sale off plan. We expect the build to be completed by late 2012. A 5% returnable fee is required to reserve a plot followed by a 25% deposit on exchange of contract. Three bed houses (mid terrace)- £250,000 80.8 m² Three bed house (end terrace)- £265,000 80.8 m²

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