1,380 homes are to be built on the old Fawley Power Station site.

I am sure these are much needed homes but I can't see where the development is taking into consideration the green eco thinking of the present time.

Where are the solar panels? Where are the air source heat pumps, the ground source heat pumps and electric heating like underfloor heating?

The average UK household heating accounts for approx 2.7 tonnes CO2 every year.

If these eco systems are not going to be used and the houses are to be gas fired, in that area alone it could account for approx 3,726 tonnes of CO2 every year.

And will the houses incorporate external plug-in sockets for electric cars/vehicles?

Maybe the designs need to be re-thought.

Rod East

Milford on Sea