Together Housing, Lancashire and South & West Yorkshire

Together Housing and Kensa Contracting - Rothery

Summary: Ground source review: South Western Housing Society, Tuckers Close.

Together Housing and Kensa Contracting have commenced a three-year programme in social housing properties across Lancashire and South & West Yorkshire in order to replace electric night storage heaters with 770 ground source heat pumps

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Ground Source Review: Together Housing, Lancashire and South & West Yorkshire

 

A three-year programme with Together Housing and Kensa Contracting where electric night storage heaters will be replaced with 770 Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pumps which will be connected by a Shared Ground Loop Array featuring boreholes drilled to a depth of up to 200m. Tenants will benefit from 45% savings on running costs and increased comfort. The scheme is being procured using the ProcurePlus framework.

 

David Broom, Commercial Director of Kensa Contracting, comments:

Kensa Contracting have pioneered the use of ground source heat pumps in social housing over the last 7 years, developing capability to deliver increasingly ambitious market-leading projects; this project is the largest of its kind delivered to date. This scheme has been a true partnership of client and contractor working to achieve a shared goal of decarbonisation, reducing fuel poverty and providing affordable comfortable homes, through the adoption of British-manufactured renewable technology.

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Key Facts

  • Kensa Contracting managed scheme
  • 770 ground source heat pumps
  • Borehole drilling of up to 200m
  • Up to 45% savings on running costs
  • Project eligible for the Non Domestic RHI

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