Mayfair Group announces £100 million in 500 sustainable homes over the next 5 years
Mayfair Group has announced plans to develop 500 sustainable homes across the UK and Ireland over the next five years.
The homes are being delivered under the ‘Mayfair Zero’ brand and will involve a private investment of over £100 million. The major announcement comes as COP26 comes to a close in Glasgow, having brought together leaders from across the world to accelerate action on climate change.
By incorporating world leading renewable energy solutions, Mayfair Zero developments will provide a unique opportunity for luxurious modern living in a sustainable and cost-effective way.
The future-friendly schemes will be equipped with integrated solar panels, solar battery storage systems and electric vehicle charge points as well as smart grid technology. This will allow solar energy to be produced during the day to power homes and cars, and any energy not being used will be stored. The stored energy can then be used when needed in the evening.
Phase one of the first Mayfair Zero development sold out within 60 seconds of being released at the beginning of this month. As well as lowering their carbon footprint, new homeowners in Thorburn Gate, located off the Antrim Road in North Belfast will save up to £380 a year on their electricity bills at a time when energy costs continue to soar.
Mayfair Zero homes are designed in conjunction with Mayfair Group company Encom Energy, a leading provider of sustainable futures technologies for homes and businesses across Ireland, the UK and Europe.
In October 2021, Mayfair Group was named UK Residential Developer of the Year and the Northern Ireland Residential Developer of the Year 2021-2022 at the prestigious International Property Awards in London.
Director of Mayfair Group Victoria Patterson, who was recently announced as Ulster Tatler Businesswoman of the Year 2021, said:
“At Mayfair Group, as a family business we care deeply about our responsibility to protect the planet for future generations.
“The launch of Mayfair Zero and our ambitious plans to deliver 500 sustainable homes over the next five years sets out our commitment to playing a leading role in the fight against climate change.
“We also believe it aligns with what people want from their homes, which is the opportunity to support the shift to net zero carbon emissions without compromising on modern living.
Mayfair Group have plans in progress to build 500 Mayfair Zero homes over the next 5 years, all featuring solar PV panels, battery storage systems and integrated electric vehicle charging.