A sustainable and low-cost home developer has announced its first three development sites in the UK will be in Worthing, Bristol and Peacehaven.
BoKlok, which is jointly-owned by Skanska and IKEA, has announced the exchange of contracts on the properties - the company's homes are built using modern methods of construction which enable low costs and minimal waste.
They are manufactured off-site and kitted out with IKEA fittings, before being transported to their final location for assembly - in the initial sites, around 400 homes are planned, with completion scheduled for 2021.
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