Buy a Net Zero Carbon ready, Energy efficient Capsel home at Spire View, Peterchurch today!

Tackling climate change is one of, if not the biggest challenge the world faces.

At Capsel Homes we are committed to a sustainable future of living in the UK, our new homes are built to an EPC A rating which helps protect the environment. From the layout of the home, the materials we use to build it to the high-specification doors, windows, solar panels and heating systems used, everything is designed to retain heat in the home.

Spire View is a no-gas development, these homes will be powered by air-source heat pumps and solar panels saving you up to *£2600 a year! Zero carbon ready new homes play a crucial role in reducing environmental impact, lowering energy bills and contributing to a more sustainable future.

From 2025, the Future Homes Standard will require CO2 emissions produced by new homes to be 75-80% lower than those built to current standards.^ Homes will need to be ‘zero carbon ready’, with no retrofit work required to benefit from the decarbonisation of the electricity grid and the electrification of heating. Fossil fuel heating (such as gas boilers) will be banned in new homes, with an expected shift to reliance on heat pumps and heat networks.

Still not sure about a Eco Friendly New Home?

If you’re thinking you can achieve the same level of energy efficiency by renovating an older property quicker and cheaper, think again! The average cost of renovating a three bedroom house to modern standards is around £70,000**.  All the extra costs like architects and planning you will need to add on top of this figure too!

For more information see article below from The Chartered Institute of Housing.

Zero carbon ready from 2025 – a look at the Future Homes Standard and Future Building Standard – Chartered Institute of Housing (


HBF Report – Watt a Save

^Rigorous new targets for green building revolution – GOV.UK (

** Checkatrade – How much does it cost to renovate a house?