Fairview New Homes is offering the ideal opportunity to go green for 2014 with eco-friendly homes at Pulse in Colindale.
Buyers can reduce their outgoings as well as their carbon footprint thanks to the on-site community energy centre, car club and fantastic links to public transport.
Fairview Sales Director Steven Allenby said: Pulse helps buyers to tackle two common new-year resolutions at once to move home and to go green.
As well as providing cleaner energy and lower bills, the on-site car club and public transport links mean there is really no need to own a car if you live at Pulse. We even provide cycle parking spaces.
The community energy centre is run by Eon. An underground heating network connects to each of the homes and provides metered energy at significantly lower cost than individual boilers.
Steven Allenby said: Were all conscious of the need to reduce our energy consumption and lower bills are a welcome by-product of this.
The community energy centre reduces carbon emissions by 45 per cent. It also frees up space and cuts home maintenance costs because there are no individual boilers.
Pulse is located next to Colindale Station with rail links to London in less than half an hour, but many people still rely on their car for convenience. The car club at Pulse, run in conjunction with Zipcar, means people can hire a car when they need to with all-inclusive prices starting at £5 per hour.
One-bedroom apartments at Pulse currently start at £248,000. Two-bedroom apartments with two bathrooms are available for sale from £333,000 and three-bedroom apartments with two bathrooms start at £362,000.
For more information call 0800 8838110 or see www.fairview.co.uk