The future of property is smart sustainability, says Ed Horton, Director of Stable Properties. The property developer is using tech-enabled innovations to build energy efficient, sustainable homes.

The combination of passive design and engineering to reduce waste, and increase efficiencies means that properties developed with a smart sustainability approach can have low to no energy costs, and even make money in the long run.

All of our buildings, bar none, have very, very low operating costs, very low outgoings. And that’s because our sustainable innovation input, whether it’s water or energy, has a tangible, measurable financial output benefit,“ says Horton. 

In today’s minicast Horton discusses the ways that the property market is innovating and transforming, to reduce reliance on electricity and gas.

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