Leading partnership homes developer Lovell, recently welcomed the completion of a £250 million homebuilding programme in partnership with the Ministry of Defence, building more than 900 new homes for the relocation of troops to South Wiltshire.
Deta is proud to have had its Slimline wiring accessories, Consumer Units and Safety Alarms specified on what has been the most complex, military repatriation housing scheme in the UK to date.
Based in Salisbury Plain, the high-volume fast-track homes project has seen 917 new homes constructed over two years in support of Service personnel and their families returning from Germany to South Wiltshire, through the Army Basing Programme (ABP).
Deta’s comprehensive Slimline range of switches and sockets have been fitted in all homes, having been consistently specified by leading new build developers and professional installers across the country as the white plastic wiring accessory range of choice.
Deta’s Consumer Units were chosen for their quality, reliability, and value for money credentials. Available in High Integrity configurations and supplied with a 100A mains switch and two 100A 30mA Type A RCDs, Deta’s Consumer Units provide the perfect solution for all domestic new build installations.
Deta’s Optical Smoke Alarms were installed in all homes, providing a comprehensive solution for detecting fire in accordance with British Standards and Building Regulations. Mains powered with a battery back-up, alarms are supplied with an easy fix mounting base, providing a quick installation.
Neil Clack, Specification Director at Deta commented: “This was a really interesting project to be specified for, considering the complexity and speed of this programme. The construction of homes were said to have had a peak of around 26 per week, far outstripping the typical industry norm. We are proud to be recognised for our ability to supply and support projects as substantial as this one.”
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