Based in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire Housing is a Registered Social Landlord that successfully owns and manages around 2,800 homes. The housing association recently chose regeneration specialist, Frank Haslam Milan, to build Alhambra Court – a unique housing community, built to level three under the Code for Sustainable Homes, which targets the over 55 age group within the area.
Jaga’s Tempo LST radiators were selected for the housing scheme as they remain the ideal choice for safe, efficient and comfortable heating systems, and are widely used in care accommodation.
With its integrated Low-H2O technology, the Tempo is an effective heating solution that offers the lowest running costs in the UK LST market. The Tempo’s low water heating element is able to respond to changing temperatures rapidly and efficiently, and requires a minimal amount of energy to heat any space.
Ideal for retirement facilities, schools and hospitals, the Tempo LST features a soft design to reduce the possibility of injury from falls onto the radiators. In addition, all valves and connections are safely incorporated inside the casing, which maintains surface temperatures that are safe to touch, even at high-flow temperature levels.
Jaga’s Low-H2O environmentally friendly radiators also contributed to a number of eco measures that the scheme used, including solar panels and thermal building technology to make heating the development more efficient.