A village hall in Chester is set to benefit from reduced energy bills thanks to the support of Sanctuary Maintenance.
Sanctuary Maintenance provides LED lights and fans to Village Hall in Chester
Upton Village Hall has had £2,500 worth of environmentally friendly light emitting diode lighting and low energy fans installed in the property by Sanctuary Maintenance, part of Sanctuary Group.
Sanctuary supports the communities where it builds homes
The improvements to the hall are part of Sanctuary’s commitment to supporting the communities where it is building new homes.
Sanctuary Maintenance has built homes at four new communities in Chester
Working in partnership with the Homes and Communities Agency, Sanctuary Maintenance has built four new developments across Chester, including at Laurel Bank in Upton, which are providing some much needed affordable accommodation in the city.
Sanctuary Maintenance has built homes at Laurel Bank in Upton
Upton Village Hall is where the original consultation meetings for the Laurel Bank development took place and 16 Chester families are now settling into their new environmentally friendly affordable homes.
Sanctuary also held a design a fantasy playground competition
Sanctuary also held a ‘design a fantasy playground’ competition for pupils from nearby Acresfield Primary School in Upton. The designs have inspired plans for a new play area, which will be installed at the scheme over the coming months.
Paul Finch, Managing Director of Sanctuary Maintenance, said: “Sanctuary is committed to supporting the community and making improvements to facilities, such as this village hall in Upton, for the benefits of residents. The environmental benefits of the work will have a lasting impact on the community.”
Phil Pearn, Upton Village Hall Committee Member, added: “We are so grateful to Sanctuary Maintenance for their support, which has helped us to achieve our wider ambitions of making our hall more environmentally friendly.”