Located on the brownfield site of the former Kellingley deep coal mine, Konect62 delivers high quality space with outstanding ESG credentials. Implemented measures include:


Electric Vehicle Charging:20% of car parking spaces to be Electric Vehicle charging and cable enabled, with potential for expansion.
Landscaping:To date, there have been over 4,000 native trees and shrubs planted as part of Phase 1.
Solar Power:Over 14,000 square feet of PV panels already installed as part of Phase 1, producing an estimated 250,000 kwh of energy per annum, enough to power around 90 homes for a full year.
Ecology:7 acres of protected woodland, in addition to a 5 acre surface water retention pond delivered as part of Phase 1.


Local Transport Initiatives:£150,000 contribution towards local transport initiatives to date. In addition to site wide running and cycling routes, linking to the canal towpath.
Canal and Public Art Initiatives:£155,000 towards Aire and Calder Navigation Canal improvements and £30,000 towards Public Art to date.
Construction Jobs:Phase 1 required 1,350 individuals to complete, employed across varying roles.
Full Time Employment:An estimated 1,500 full time jobs will be created from Phase 1, with a further 1,000 jobs expected after Phase 2 is completed.


Waste and Recycling:Approximately 98% of all waste in Phase 1 was either reused or recycled off site, limiting waste-to-landfill.
Employment:Dedicated Local Skills & Employment Plan utilised during Phase 1 construction.
Considerate Contractors:Rated ‘Excellent’ by the Considerate Constructors Scheme, scoring 42 out of 45 against the following categories: Respect the Community, Care for the Environment, Value their Workforce.
Modern and Sustainable:BREEAM Excellent and EPC A grade units providing efficient homes for local businesses.


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