COMPOSITE WINDOWS FOR £32M HOUNSLOW HOUSING SCHEME DEVELOPMENT
Westcoast has supplied and installed our high performance aluminium timber Swedish composite windows for the new £31.8m housing complex, creating 102 new homes in Hounslow.
Located in Feltham, the project involved the construction of two nine storey residential towers, a four-storey block of flats and seven Mews houses. Combining a mixture of apartments, houses and maisonettes, the project will also include landscaped gardens and public realm for residents to enjoy, along with wildlife areas, a park and new pathways.
Sustainability is at the heart of Frank Towell Court’s design, with a range of energy saving and biodiversity initiatives being utilised. Photovoltaic panels have been installed on the roof of each building to generate renewable energy, while the build embraces a landscaping design that incorporates rain gardens, providing a sustainable method of irrigation. Further biodiversity measures include the provision of bird, bat and hedgehog boxes, as well as a bee/bird bath.
Working with contractor Willmott Dixon, Westcoast supplied 2,000m2 of our high performance composite windows for the project. Westcoast Swedish composite windows consist of an outer part of powder coated aluminium, which is resistant to harsh weather conditions, and an inner part of wood for a warmer feel indoors. This combination offers the maximum lifespan and minimum maintenance, with exceptional levels of energy efficiency.
The low maintenance aluminium exterior is finished in RAL7023 Concrete grey and the warm wood interior in white.
This is the second project for London Borough Hounslow – Willmott Dixon and Westcoast also worked together on the £38m Brentford Housing Scheme project:
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