Eco-friendly Development Energises The Care Press
Monday, April 29th, 2013
on behalf of Bield Housing And Care
An independent living development has left tenants feeling eco-friendly after recently moving into their new homes.
As featured in the Care Industry News, Bield’s 30-bedroom development located on Glenspean Street in the south side of Glasgow was built using state-of-the-art construction and insulation to create warm and highly energy efficient homes for its residents.
The coverage explained that the two-storey building has both one and two bedroom purpose-built flats for older residents and also features solar panels, double glazing and gas central heating to contribute towards reducing its carbon footprint.
Jean Bell, housing officer at the complex, said: “The feedback I have received so far has been just fantastic. The residents are delighted with the new development and there is already a great community spirit among everyone living here.”
“Everyone loves the landscaped garden too as it gives tenants an outdoor space they can enjoy at any time they want. The homes have also been built with large windows to create spacious and bright living space which means residents can sit and look out onto the beautiful greenery outside from the comfort of their home.”
Chief Executive Brian Logan said he is delighted with the new development and how energy efficient the homes all are which benefits all of the new tenants.
He said: “The new housing complex is fantastic for tenants who want to live independently. The fact that it is so energy efficient is also great as it will help reduce our carbon footprint and keep costs down.
This coverage was secured in Care Industry News as part of a targeted PR campaign carried out by public relations experts Holyrood PR on behalf of Bield.
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