The main question to be addressed by this research is whether house building projects that address issues of environmental impact and cultural acceptability are more likely to succeed in modern times than others. This research delves into how well it does facilitate access to a disabled person for example. Aesthetic matters here clearly include such utility value. In effect, this research will make recommendations for Barratt Homes that will be useful for policy, planning, design and implementation of construction in a manner that enhances residency rather than impedes or limits it.
This paper makes a conclusion that the Barratt Homes Building Towards Sustainability Project is a timely one for the future of the company. The information it gathers will be useful in gathering the information needed to adjust policy matters for the betterment of customer relations. This shall in turn translate into better sales and growth. More importantly though, it will provide the management of the company with a timely mirror in which to view itself and thus gain insight into what image they project to the public. Policy makers will also have ample opportunity gauge the rating of their ideas in a competitive market place. All concerned should embrace this opportunity since it setting up a good avenue, which will most definitely be used in future to gather information whenever the need arises. In addition, it has been emphasized severally in this paper that this also provides an avenue for the silent but crucial voice of the customer be heard in the company.