Exhaust Air Heat Pumps for Port Sunlight Village Trust
Port Sunlight Village Trust is an independent charitable trust responsible for preserving and promoting the model village of Port Sunlight, created by William Hesketh Lever for his Sunlight soap factory workers in 1888. Almost all of the buildings in the Port Sunlight Conservation Area, including 250 rental properties, are Grade 2 listed and of unique architectural interest.
August 2009 saw the completion of 21 apartments in Water Street, Port Sunlight, a fantastic development in the traditional architectural style of the village yet with a high degree of modern comfort.
"We chose NIBE exhaust air heat pumps with under floor heating because we wanted low carbon heating systems with low running costs for our tenants. Following a site visit we were sufficiently impressed to order the NIBE systems," says Lionel Bolland, Chief Executive.
14 x 2 bedroom flats 7 x 1 bedroom flats 2 storey development Built to Part L Standard completed 2009 Heating and Ventilation: NIBE exhaust air heat pumps delivering under floor heating, hot water and ventilating by extracting damp, stale air from the kitchen and bathroom. The heat pumps were installed by Booth Mechanical and commissioned by Ecoliving.
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21 x NIBE Fighter 200 Exhaust Air Heat Pumps.
"We are delighted to have had handed over Woodhead Row, Port Sunlight. This fantastic development is an exemplar of what can be achieved. Traditional architectural style reflects the fantastic heritage of Port Sunlight yet the building is full of state of the art technology not least of which are the NIBE air source heat pump central heating and hot water systems installed into every apartment," -Lionel Bolland, Chief Executive.