Kevin McCloud films Lune Walk Affordable Housing Development for Channel 4’s The Great Climate Fight – Tonight 9.00pm!!!

Grand Designs star Kevin McCloud will be appearing tonight (22nd November 2023) on Channel 4’s ‘The Great Climate Fight’ 9.00pm, at our multi-award-winning eco-friendly Lune Walk ‘Passivhaus’ housing development at Halton, Lancaster where 20 brand new new affordable homes ‘fit for the 21st Century’ were recently completed.

Kevin and the Channel 4 TV film crew visited the Lune Walk development earlier in the year to film the sustainable development for the two-part high profile ‘climate action campaign’ broadcast on 21st & 22nd November with a view to shining a spotlight on the need to build affordable new homes ‘fit for the 21st century’.

Grand Designs Star Kevin McCloud visits Lune Walk 'Passivhaus' Development to film Channel 4's The Great Climate Fight.
Grand Designs Star Kevin McCloud visits Lune Walk ‘Passivhaus’ Development to film Channel 4’s The Great Climate Fight.

“We could stop climate change – and the solutions to it could benefit us all. As part of Channel 4’s #ChangeClimate Season Kevin McCloud, Mary Portas and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall are on a mission against climate change in the hopes of inspiring change as a way to unlock a greener future.”

(Video below courtesy of Channel 4).

The TV programme follows national recognition of the climate-fighting credentials of the Lune Walk affordable housing development, which was awarded ‘Partnership of the Year – Zero Carbon’ at last Friday’s National Affordable Housing Awards.

Cath Purdy (our CEO) & Niki Stockton (Director of Customer Experience – pictured below) collected the prestigious award in Manchester last week on behalf of SLH & our strategic partners.

The Lune Walk development also recently won ‘Best Affordable Housing Development – less than £5m!’ in the national 2023 Inside Housing Development Awards which celebrated the very best residential developments across the UK over the past year. 

Martha Shields (Senior Development Manager) and Lucy Cheetham (Development Manager) at SLH accepted the award (pictured below) on behalf of SLH & the many scheme partners, which include: Lancaster City Council, Lune Valley Community Land Trust, Elliott Associates, R.P. Tyson Construction Ltd,     John Gilbert Architects, Homes England and Lancaster City Council) .

You can find out more about the recently completed Lune Valley development here.

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