Move in ready homes
Route1 @ The Depot
It's so good - we are fully let
This is a low-bills building
Save up to £6,497 on your first year* when you rent with us. Learn more on the ways you can save here.
Above-average EPC rating
Our homes are highly energy efficient. Save up to £1,126pa on energy bills (benchmarked against a typical rating of a traditional EPC grade of "D"
Save up to £220pa on energy bills as our homes come with energy efficient appliances.
Save on average £540pa. Our Wi-Fi is superfast and it is free.
We've furnished it, so you'll love it. Save £2,091 - which is what Money Tips say it would otherwise cost you.
Transport on your doorstep - no need for a car. Public transport is 45% greener, and 49% cheaper, and save circa £2,520 on parking.
Total Potential Savings:
This is a wheelchair accessible building
These features are available to make your residence with us strees-free
|Sockets at wheelchair friendly heights
|Ramps / level access to get into buildings
|Lift access to upper floors
Learn more about the sustainability initiatives instilled for this building:
Biomass Heating Systems
Rise Homes have developed five biomass district heating systems and has a further four developments planned or in progress using this green technology. Biomass Heating reduces environmental impact in addition to reducing costs for our residents.
Renewable energy sources
This development feature extensive PV panels on the roof and battery storage to provide power for lighting to communal areas.
Recycled materials used in construction
These apartments have zinc roofs – zinc being a recyclable material.
Supporting local manufacturers
Where possible both construction and soft furnishings are sourced locally and from British manufacturers for all our eco-friendly homes.
Under Offer: This term applies to a property where the landlord is considering an offer but remains on the market. It implies that further offers may still be considered until the landlord formally accepts or declines the current offer.
Let Agreed: This term indicates that a landlord has provisionally agreed to enter into a rental agreement with a prospective tenant, pending additional checks and referencing. It doesn't require the prospective tenant to have paid a holding deposit.
Let: This term signifies an established binding rental agreement between the landlord and tenant.
For both lettings and sales, the guidance addresses additional terms:
New On The Market: This term is used for a property not advertised since its last sale or rental. It should only be used for a brief period.
New Instruction: It applies to a property assigned to an agent for marketing recently, even if it was previously listed with another agent without being sold or rented.
New and Exclusive: This term refers to a property that is either new on the market or a new instruction, exclusively available through a specific agent or portal.
New Method of Sale/Let: This term is used when a property is being marketed for sale or rent using an alternative approach to the original advertisement, such as transitioning to an auction or sealed bid.
Reduced: This term indicates that a property's price has recently been reduced. The reduction should be genuine and comply with the Chartered Trading Standards Institute's guidelines on pricing practices.