A new eco-village has been unveiled on the outskirts of Holbeach with homes ready for a carbon-zero future.
The development by Allison Homes utilises air source heat pumps, solar panels and electric vehicle charging points.
The holiday lodges have been built at Serenity Lakes, Lowgate, Fleet, by Allison Homes.
“We are very excited to be creating one of the first eco-villages in the UK and the first in Lincolnshire,” said Karl Hick, of parent company Larkfleet.
There also plans to use small-scale wind energy and battery storage for the renewable energy generated from the solar panels.
Air source heat pumps have much lower carbon emissions than traditional systems based on fossil fuel.
“We are fully committed to pursuing the latest renewable energy and sustainable technologies. As well as air source heat pumps, six of the lodges will boast solar panels, electric vehicle charging and an integrated energy management system to ensure that the homes are energy efficient, easy and cheap to run,” added Mr Hick.
The lodges, which have three bedrooms, are being sold from £235,000 and cannot be a permanent home.
“Lodges have been carefully planned to make the most of their rural location and, depending on build stage, adjustments to the floor plan might be possible if a buyer would rather reconfigure for two bedrooms,” said Sam Hart, sales and marketing director and Allison Homes.