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sustainability garden seven mills
sustainability garden seven mills

Sustainability

Our commitment

A home for the
future

Leading the way in sustainable development, Seven Mills is a town with its sights set on the future. From green spaces to green materials, sustainability has been interwoven into every aspect of its design. We also aim to become Ireland’s first biodiversity net gain town with programmes to support native plant species and wildlife.

Space to breathe

With 225 acres of dedicated green space, residents of Seven Mills will be spoilt for choice when it comes to outdoor activities. Designed to ensure that each home is only a 2 minute walk from a green area, Seven Mills offers an amazing 12 parks, 3.5km of canal-side walks, 12.5 km of walkways and cycleways, and plenty of playgrounds for the little ones.

Building for better

Resource efficiency is prioritised in the construction of Seven Mills. Every day 100,000 litres of water are saved through on-site well boring.

By employing Soil Stabilisation techniques, repurposing surplus materials to elevate ground levels, the construction of Seven Mills minimises landfill waste and reduces the carbon footprint by 65%, cutting truck movements and emissions. This results in nearly four tonnes of carbon emissions saved per home.

Low Carbon Homes

5

225

12.5

+25,000

km

min

Well Building Institute and High

Performance Index Registered

walkable town. Easy access

to trains, buses, cycleways and more

acres of designated green spaces with

12 parks, and 3.5 km of canal frontage

of walkways and cycleways.

Ireland’s first biodiversity net gain town with

25,000 native Irish trees ready to be planted

Low Carbon Homes 5 225 12.5 +25,000 km min Well Building Institute and High Performance Index Registered walkable town. Easy access to trains, buses, cycleways and more acres of designated green spaces with 12 parks, and 3.5 km of canal frontage of walkways and cycleways. Ireland’s first biodiversity net gain town with 25,000 native Irish trees ready to be planted