Building low and net zero emission homes for a brighter, cleaner future


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WYRO Green Homes, based near the Mid-Wales border, is a joint venture formed from the well renowned and established Wynnstay Group PLC and SJ Roberts GroupWYRO have more recently recognised the need  to further improve their contribution to reducing CO2 emissions and focus on solely building high quality energy efficient low and net zero CO2 producing homes, to help protect our planet and our local environment, for a brighter cleaner future. 


The International COP26 Climate Change Conference highlighted the overwhelming acknowledgement of Climate Change and greenhouse gas emissions, which is now at the forefront of the news and our everyday lives. At the current time (Jan 2022) the UK’s 29 million homes are recognised as emitting close to a quarter of the country’s entire CO2 emissions, with the average UK home emitting between 

4 and 6 tonnes of CO2 per year

(Gov.uk / Climate Change Committee - www.ccc.org.uk)

In 5 years, just one average UK home will have produced enough CO2 to fill a premier league football pitch above head height*. Multiplying this by 29 million gives a staggering representation of the total volume of CO2 emitted by the UK’s housing sector alone. In recognition of these startling volumes of emissions, WYRO Green Homes have been working hard to refine their timber frame construction homes designs, to ultimately make our first Net Zero Carbon emissions homes available from late Spring 2022 at Dolforgan View, Kerry.





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"We are committed to building affordable low energy and low emission quality homes that meet the highest standards in construction and long term sustainability in a time of dramatically rising energy prices. We have made a pledge to take immediate action and only build 'A' EPC rated or carbon neutral emission homes in respect of our environment, whilst keeping the vast majority at relatively affordable prices to allow local people to get onto the property ladder in their local communities. "


Our PHASE 2 WYRO Green homes produce just 1 tonne (approx) of CO2 per year  (Dolforgan View, Kerry - December 2021) 4-6 times less than the average home in the UK but we've now gone even further with our latest Phase 3 homes producing a net amount of Zero CO2 for the lifetime of the building! (Based on the UK Government approved SAPS 2012 assessment procedure).

The A energy rating EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) category of housing stock in England and Wales is currently represented by less than 3% of new builds and shockingly less than 0.5% (approx figures) of all homes up to the first half of 2021 (www.gov.uk Sept 2021).

We are constantly looking of ways to further reduce the carbon emissions of our latest homes using even better insulation, solar panels, triple glazing, solar to hot water convertors and solar option electric vehicle (EV) chargers amongst other ideas.

We are very pleased to say that our first 5 net zero carbon emission homes recently went on the market via our agents Morris Marshall Poole in Newtown 01686 626160 and all sold within the space of a few days! See more info under the 'Homes for Sale' tab on the menu bar for our latest releases.

Our homes are currently in demand beyond available supply, so please read on for your best chance to buy one of the first Net Zero Carbon homes available in the country at below average UK house price.



Each of our NET ZERO CARBON EMISSION Phase 3 homes at Dolforgan View Kerry includes the following as standard:

  • Air Source Heat Pump heating

  • Photovoltaic solar panels with 3 or 3.5Kw invertor – outright ownership

  • Timber frame construction with rigid thermal insulation board panels

  • Market leading hot water storage system

  • Each home individually air pressure tested to assess air tightness

  • iBoost solar to hot water convertor

  • 500mm of insulation in the loft

  • PassivHaus approved window casements

  • Triple glazing to achieve U Value of 0.8

  • Minimum A+ (2020 rating system) energy efficiency appliances

  • 100% LED lighting

  • Type 2 Electric Vehicle Smart Charger fitted as standard with Eco and Eco+ option (using any spare solar power) to encourage switching to electric vehicles

What else is included with our Net Zero Carbon homes?

  • Aluminium high output radiators

  • Rocastone grey floor tiling to kitchens, bathrooms and hallways* 

  • Rain drench head thermostatic bar showers

  • Tiled shower areas and half height tiling in bathrooms

  • Illuminated bathroom cupboard with shaver/toothbrush charging outlet

  • Laminate kitchen worktops with LED under cupboard lighting

  • Clerkenwell Super Matt kitchen cabinets

  • Intergrated A+ energy rated Washing machine (2020 rating system)

  • Integrated dishwasher A+ (2020 rating system)

  • Integrated 50/50 tall fridge/freezer A+ (2020 rating)

  • Induction Hob

  • Electric Fan Oven

  • Full fibre connection into the property for Giga-bit broadband

  • TV aerial pre-fitted with booster for ‘plug and play’ Freeview TV

  • Media plate in lounge with satellite TV cables already installed through to the loft 

  • USB Sockets in main bedrooms

  • TV outlets in all main rooms including the kitchen

  • Built-in wardrobe in main bedroom

  • Downstairs WC’s in all homes

  • Turfed gardens

  • Private parking spaces next to your home

  • Paved patio areas to rear gardens

  • External planting as landscape plan

  • No site maintenance charges

  • 10 Year Structural Warranty

  • Help-to-Buy Wales registered site requiring just 5% deposit (T&C’s apply)



WYRO Green Homes is a registered developer with the Welsh Government's Help to Buy Wales scheme.

With just a 5% deposit and a 75% loan-to-value mortgage, Help to Buy Wales will

provided the other 20% via the Welsh Government-backed equity for first time buyers*.

*Terms & Conditions apply.

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Grant A+++ air source heat pumps are used wherever local grid electricity supply allows.

Air source heat pumps (ASHP) are a sustainable alternative to traditional fossil fuel heating systems. They work by transferring heat absorbed from the outside air to heat your home. Heat pumps work similarly to a refrigerator: they absorb heat and transfer it to another medium. Grant heat pumps are ‘air to water’ systems (as opposed to ‘air to air’ heat pumps) which means that they capture heat energy from the air and transfer this into ‘wet’ heating systems, radiators.


Air source heat pumps are placed outside in the garden area and should not be covered.