Stannah

Stannah stars in new homes in Garden of England

  • 10 May 2018

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Stannah Lifts has supplied and installed 38 lift products in Imperial Green, a high-specification development of 75 townhouses and apartments of varying storeys in Hythe, Kent.

Platform lifts in 11 detached homes will make mobility easier between three floors, helping people enjoy their own homes for as long as they wish.

Service lifts in 26 semi-detached homes are set to male light work of ferrying smaller household goods between three floors.

Passenger lift in Wisley House apartments can move eight people, delivering total access to seven homes, ranged over five floors, for people of all mobilities.

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This project, two years in the making, is to cost £42 million, with Stannah installing lift products in each of the three phases.

For the complete case study, including pictures, click here

Stannah,
Watt Close,
East Portway,
Andover,
Hampshire,
SP10 3SD,
United Kingdom

Phone: 01264 343777
Fax: 01264 337942

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