With 32% of landfill waste reported to come from the construction and demolition of buildings*, housing developer Annington has become dedicated to minimising the production of landfill waste at its new development, The Crescent, in Carterton, West Oxfordshire.
Annington is currently building a collection of 135 brand new homes on the site of former MOD homes that were linked to RAF Brize Norton. During the development’s initial stages, where the old MOD housing had been demolished, the housebuilder recycled over 90% of demolition waste, and has consequently repurposed a large amount of materials back into the new homes and roads. Concrete structures were crushed, tested and certified as fit for reuse, significantly reducing contributions to landfill sites.
Charlotte Marinos, Senior Project Manager at Annington comments: “At Annington, we are making a conscious effort to greatly reduce demolition materials from going to waste at our construction sites, including The Crescent in Carterton. With steps being taken across the nation within all industries to reduce negative environmental impact, we want to make sure we are at the forefront of this movement.”
With a large playing area and two additional playing places located within the development, children will love exploring the varying levels of play equipment, taking them on exciting and imaginary adventures.
A selection of high quality three and four bedroom homes will be available to buy at The Crescent in the coming months. For further information and to register your interest, please call Connells on 01993 847309.