- Kensa Shoebox heat pumps feature in a new development of 12 affordable homes in a Somerset village.
- Grand opening celebrated the Kensa Contracting development’s efforts to sustainably connect the community to lower cost housing and energy.
The developers of the homes in Mark took the brief to connect local families to the local area quite literally, employing the services of Cornish ground source heat pump manufacturer, Kensa Heat Pumps, and their delivery partner Kensa Contracting, to utilise the freely-occurring heat available in the ground as a source for guaranteed heat and hot water to the new properties.
Unveiled on the 13th September 2018, the mixed development of 1-bedroom flats and 3 and 2-bedroom semi-detached houses and bungalows, was met with enthusiasm from the local community for its contribution to much-needed local, affordable, energy-efficient housing.
Donna Johnson, Chief Executive of South Western Housing Society, explains:
South Western Housing Society is very proud of its new development in Mark, which is an example of our approach to working in partnership with organisations to achieve the common goal of providing more housing for those in need in local communities.
Our commitment to providing good quality, high performing homes is one of the golden threads that runs through our business. It is testament to the project teams open relationship that we have been able to deliver these affordable homes and help families stay connected to their local area.