Site construction begins on Cornish fruit farm - Mitchell Fruit Garden

Summary: Kensa Contracting helps Coastline Housing’s new-build development on a fruit farm in Cornwall grow in harmony with its surroundings.

 

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  • 26 affordable houses and flats to feature Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pumps.
  • The development forms part of the family run Mitchell Fruit Garden situated in Mitchell, Newquay.
  • The system will feature a series of ambient shared borehole ground loops supplying each individual propertie’s heat pump.

George Gillow, Business Development Manager for Kensa Contracting and Amy Jenkin, Development Manager at Coastline Housing, comment…

 

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