Legal & General's low-carbon modular home scheme approved in North Yorkshire

Cecilia Keating
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A mock-up of the 154-home project. Source: Legal & General
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A mock-up of the 154-home project. Source: Legal & General

Modular housing will be able to weather Covid-19 crisis better than traditional construction due to controlled factory environment, L&G said as it unveiled plans to build 154 homes in Selby.

The modular housing arm of insurance giant Legal & General has secured planning permission to build 154 energy-efficient homes in Selby, North Yorkshire. Legal & General announced today that the approval...

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