At Mulberry Homes, we are committed to introducing sustainable, ethical and community- centered practises into our core values at every opportunity; with each of them underpinning every key stage of land selection to property construction.
Driven by our passionate Main Board, we have launched a number of initiatives which we believe showcases our desire to build homes and communities within environments that our customer’s really want to live in.
Residents within selected developments are already benefitting from our electric charging points, private gardening clubs which encourage the growth of community spirit and fresh produce on their doorstep; and landscaped green garden boundaries for specific homes, giving them the utmost privacy whilst offering a pleasant, leafy outlook. We have also partnered with the World Land Trust in support of its Buy an Acre programme.
We believe that each initiative promotes positivity, whether it’s environmentally or personally and add to the community’s sense of wellbeing; something close to our hearts. Please click below for further information:
Our community garden is a great place for our residents to come together, not only to grow edible produce and beautiful cut flowers, but to share stories, learn new skills, enjoy fresh air, make new friends and see old ones!
Electric Car Charging Points
Relax and re-charge your batteries with convenient charge stops in our visitor parking area.
Automated Smart Parcel Delivery Boxes
Out for the day? That’s not a problem with our automated smart parcel delivery boxes.
Landscaped Green Garden Boundaries
Our Landscaped Green Garden Boundaries Initiative gives our residents at specific homes within our Mulberry developments the utmost privacy by enhancing property boundaries with pleached trees, offering a pleasant, leafy outlook.
Buy an Acre Programme
As part of the Buy an Acre Programme in conjunction with the World Land Trust, Mulberry have pledged to donate £100 for each home sold at our Heathcote Grange and Kingsbury Park developments in Leicestershire, we hope to protect substantial areas of land for the benefit of wildlife across Mexico and Zambia for years to come.