“The smart home used to be the preserve of the rich, with custom installs of pricey accessories. Now, you can have it all built in for a reasonable cost before you even unpack.” The Independent
Cohousing is a relatively new concept, and it’s increasingly gaining currency with homeowners who are looking for a strong sense of community. Earlier this week BBC journalist Nana Akua reported from the site of Marmalade Lane, our new cohousing development in Cambridge.
With a distinctly Swedish name, Sommar Place consists of 39 stylish and spacious smart homes. Our newest properties are located in the exclusive Broughton Gate district of Milton Keynes, known by locals for its green spaces and rich history.
Our houses are designed for family living. With our Swedish influence and open concept living arrangement, our homes create a central hub for families to come together at all times of the day – and night.
UK's Swedish Ambassador agrees that Scandinavian chic is growing in popularity in the UK. And so it should, with its offering of warmth and elegance in one.
When Councillor David Hopkins, the mayor of Milton Keyes, arrived in style at the launch of our new show home in Milton Keynes, we were honoured. Given his town is a former haven for World War II codebreakers, he felt it was a fitting location to welcome the UK’s first smart home of the future.
For Caroline Watkins, living comfortably and sustainably are of equal importance. As the first resident to move into our Hexham Gate development, in the stunning rural setting of the Tyne Valley, she loves the fact she can live an eco-efficient lifestyle without compromising on space, light and stylish design.
Trivselhus has marked the start of an £18m partnership with Places for People, one of the largest property and leisure management, development and regeneration companies in the UK.
A community-led housing project, jointly developed by Trivselhus and TOWN reached an important milestone this week as construction got under way at Marmalade Lane, Orchard Park, Cambridge.
We are pleased to announce that TOWN's planned scheme for 42 homes in Cambridge - K1 Cohousing - has won the 2015 Cambridge Property Award in the environmental category.