Creating sustainable communities and thriving environments

At Freeman Homes, we plan, design and build homes with you in mind. Our commitment to the environment, to sustainability, and to being a business with purpose, is built into the very fabric of who we are and what we do.


Our mission is clear: “building for a better future” driving us to consider our legacy and how we can create a positive impact for all, through:


Putting you first, while supporting our planet

Developing beautiful homes, in beautiful locations, we bring you low-carbon living in thriving communities. Our goal is to build you a house that you love, that saves you money, while boosting the natural environment too.

According to the “Watt a Save” report from the Home Builders Federation (HBF), buyers of a new build house (average B-Grade EPC) will save £3,100 per year in energy bills from April 2023. Since October 2021, 94% of the open market developments we have started building have achieved or are expected to achieve an A-grade rating, with 100% achieving B-grade or above. These standards help to save you money, as well as reducing your carbon footprint, something we are extremely proud of. What’s more, we work to put back more than we take out, focussing on biodiversity planting and wildlife planning to enhance the natural environment in which you live.

As a business, we have both a sustainability framework, setting out our goals for how we run our business, and an Environmental Impact Reduction Programme, designed to specifically focus on carbon reduction. We employ a cycle of continuous improvement, ensuring we are always moving forward and doing better.

 Meeting independent international standards

As part of our sustainability agenda, we aligned our business with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which we use to underpin our developments. We are focused on:

  • 3: Good health & well-being
  • 7: Affordable and clean energy
  • 12: Responsible consumption and production
  • 15: Life on land

 This drives who we are, the way we build, and the way we engage with you.

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