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TOP HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS
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REMOTE WORKING
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10 REASONS
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BEAUTIFUL PLACES
WHY NOT THE COUNTRYSIDE?

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STAY HEALTHY
Mental Health in the Countryside

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SAVE £13,500 PER MILE
STONES THROW FROM LONDON

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Why are people leaving the cities, and buying from the Larkfleet Group?

City population could decline in 2021 for the first time this century. City-dwellers are generally rethinking their living environment in light of the pandemic, and re-evaluating the importance of larger homes, green spaces and connections with the local community.  Leading up to the pandemic, the U.K.’s Office for National Statistics predicted that London’s population would increase by 56,000 people between 2020 and 2021. But PwC calculated that if just 14% of its forecast came to fruition, then it would erase this predicted growth.

City-dwellers from all over the country are looking to relocate to the country realising they can get more for their money within an hour of London with bigger houses, more space and a better way of life.

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Air pollution in the United Kingdom is mostly caused by the traffic on our roads, this means that pollution is one of the UK's biggest killers, and is responsible for an estimated 36,000 premature deaths per year.  Like most cases, it's the poorest and most vulnerable who are impacted from air pollution.

Larkfleet and Allison Holmes are focused on building homes that achieve targets in sustainability, with reduced impact on the environment.  Larkfleet generally build new developments in the countryside to provide a better of quality of life for people from all walks of life.  We demonstrate in our map the majority of homes developed by Larkfleet and Allison are in areas with a cleaner air quality.

Get in touch if your interested in a speaking with the Larkfleet Group about moving to an area that gives you "Room to Breathe". 

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