Major energy savings and lower bills, abundant green space, a friendly community and continued above-market sale prices keep the iconic BedZED village in South London an inspiration for zero-carbon homes worldwide
Bioregional Hill: creating zero-carbon, affordable homes with local communities, for communities
Bioregional Hill can work with you to co-create beautiful, zero-carbon homes that enable sustainable living using our tried and tested One Planet Living® framework. All our homes are built using sustainable materials and innovative construction methods. They are designed to encourage food growing, sustainable travel, recycling and biodiversity, so people can lead healthy, happy lives within the natural limits of our planet.
Our experienced team can manage the process from securing land, financing the project, to handing over the keys, while collaborating with you - the people who want local homes - to get the result you want.
One Planet Living is a vision of the world where everyone, everywhere can enjoy happy, healthy lives within the limits of the planet, leaving space for wildlife and wilderness.
How we can ‘lock in’ affordability for local people
We offer a 'discount market sale' model, designed to address the needs of working people who would not qualify for social housing, but who find it impossible to get on the housing ladder due to their income levels.
Homes are truly affordable based on one-third of median local incomes. To make the sums work, the projects comprise a mix of discounted sale homes and full price homes. The affordable house prices are permanently protected through planning governance and a Community Land Trust.
Bioregional Hill is an LLP partnership between Bioregional Homes, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bioregional, which has pioneered zero carbon homes for over 20 years, and the Hill Group. Hill is an award-winning housebuilder and one of the leading developers in London and the south east of England, delivering both private for sale and affordable homes in partnership with government, local authorities and housing associations.