Construction of eight eco-friendly family homes is underway at Templars Court in Temple Fortune.
The homes are being developed by London-based LEOS International on a half-acre site next to the local tennis club and are due for completion in October 2023.
All the semi-detached, four-bedroom homes will benefit from heating systems run by air source heat pumps and solar panels on each roof
Two public tennis courts and a multi-use games area will be upgraded as part of the £20m residential development.
“Templars Court will provide high-quality homes for families in the heart of Temple Fortune with easy access to the green spaces of Golders Green and Hampstead Heath and good transport links to central London,” said Chris Pittock, LEOS International planning director.
“The addition of the air source heat pumps and the solar panels to each home underlines our commitment to maximising technology that will be kind to the environment and to family budgets.”
Planning permission for the scheme was granted in February this year.
About LEOS International:
LEOS International operates in the UK and Dubai and has a strong track record in blended new build and brownfield regeneration. LEOS International is committed to creating developments that add lasting value to its landscapes and communities. By developing brownfield sites, LEOS International believes that this is one of the most environmentally sound approaches to urban redevelopment, as we have focused on minimising the environmental impact on the green belt and preventing uncontrolled urban sprawl across the country.
LEOS International is committed to designing new developments with energy efficiency as a top consideration, reducing carbon emissions and energy bills, resulting in a win-win situation for both customers and the planet. LEOS International is committing to ensuring the responsible sourcing of our building materials from environmentally sustainable sources, recycling a large proportion of our site waste, and, where practicable, the inclusion of gardens and communal green spaces in developments.