A topping out ceremony has been held for a scheme of 35 sustainable homes in Harlow.

The Oakview Walk, brought forward by Essex Housing, the development team of Essex County Council.

The two, three and four-bedroom home will have an EPC A rating and the estate includes air source heat pumps, solar panels and electrical vehicle charging points.

The development will also include a woodland walk as well as the retention of existing oak trees. Six will be affordable.

Those on the open market will be available to purchase in Spring. The development is set to be completed later in 2024.

Cllr Lee Scott, cabinet member for planning a growing economy, said: “This site is a perfect example of how Essex Housing is helping to deliver the new homes our county so desperately needs, as well as shaping great places for our residents to live and providing a return to the taxpayer.

“I’m delighted that we are now one step closer to delivering this scheme and look forward to seeing it progress.”

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