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Great House Farm

Block Management and Right to Manage

  • St Fagans, Cardiff
  • April 2021

Type: Sustainable Living, Block Management and Right to Manage
Location: St Fagans, Cardiff
Date: April 2021

What we do: One of the ways that Seraph aims to promote sustainability is to manage environmentally friendly projects. One of our flagship management projects is the Great House Rise Eco-village in St Fagan’s, Cardiff. Seraph has taken on the management of this revolutionary site that brings futuristic green technologies into the present day and has been featured in Channel 4 News’ clean energy homes report back in 2020.

Development: Great House Farm including Great House Rise was a sustainable housing project constructed by LivEco with the backing of the Welsh Government. It is a small community on the west side of Cardiff, with the project being developed in phases around the old village pond. The development has been constructed to comply with Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 and the low energy usage achieves above Passivhaus standards. Lifetime homes and co-housing principles have been adopted to get a sense of community with open balconies and staircases integrated into the building structure.

Features of Site: One aspect of the site that stands out is the abundance of nature both on and around the properties. This is by design as the project aims to promote biodiversity by protecting the nature that is already there and replacing habitats that cannot be protected.

To discuss your property management, call 02921 671444, email or request a call back: