Boarded up and derelict for over several years, Romorantin Place was definitely in need of some love and attention. Commissioned by United Living, we were asked to install external wall insulation and render to the twenty nine formally decommissioned bedsits, that make up this Long Eaton project.
Contracted by McCarthy & Stone, Westville was instructed to install render and cladding to the newly built Elizabeth Place development in Market Harborough. Any products chosen had to be in line with the overall plans of the building, ensuring residents were warm, safe and had a beautiful place to live. A vital part of the brief was as the site was being developed near an industrial estate, the appearance needed to be kept in line with the area.
Flat regeneration in North Warwickshire including external wall insulation, walkway roof insulation, window replacement and more.
Project Details. Client: Flying High Partnership Products Used: Cedral Cladding Brief. After initial consultations, Westville were tasked by the Flying High...
Following an assessment of household residents within the Mansfield district with long term health conditions and low incomes, Mansfield District Council approached Westville with a proposition to work together to create a scheme utilising government funding opportunities. As many of these residents were deemed to be living in sub standard properties that were not heat efficient, the brief was to create and implement a scheme that provided financial assistance for insulation and render work to be carried out at little or no cost to the residents.
Catherine Court is a sheltered housing accommodation based just off Chatsworth Road in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Originally built in 1973, the building had seen many seasons and was starting to show its age. The style of the building had become dated, extremely worn out and very much in need of renovation.
Following a full survey of the existing external wall insulation on the Bluecoat Academy in Nottingham, it was found to be in a degenerative condition that was likely to cause a series of problems if left unattended. The consequences of the problems highlighted meant that there was likely to be inefficient heat retention in the building, with a strong possibility that at some point, water would penetrate the walls causing damp and mould.
The project from North Kesteven District Council involved updating the historic Newfield estate, built over 100 years ago, to modern insulation standards. Westville were entrusted with the goal of transforming the existing 83 buildings of the project with External Wall Insulation and keeping a further 18 new build houses in line with the overall aesthetic by applying a mix of render and cedral cladding.
Working alongside main contractor, ‘Fortem Cares’ Westville’s remit was to help regenerate four blocks of ‘Wimpey No-fines’ two storey flats in Hollybank Road, Birmingham.
Rockwall Flexislab Insulation for the offices of the Queens Medical Centre, raising low indoor room temperatures by several degrees.