English Rural Housing Association Limited (ERHA) recently unveiled their latest development of 12 properties in the village of Rolvenden, Kent. Set just a few miles outside Cranbrook, 'Glebe Field' offers 4 properties for shared ownership purchase along with 8 properties for low cost rent. The development will be owned and managed by ERHA in a way that benefits the local community, ensuring that local people, unable to afford market prices, can still live in the village. The homes have been built to high standards of energy efficiency and have achieved the 'Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3'. All the properties benefit from individual ground source heat pumps for hot water and heating, providing a greener way of living for its residents. The development was formally opened by The Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Dover who along with Board Members of ERHA and special guests, enjoyed a guided tour of the development by its new residents. Acting and advising for ERHA, Gepp & Sons acquired the land from the Diocese and are delighted to have been involved in such an important affordable rural housing scheme. For additional information please contact: Edward Worthy of Gepp & Sons.