Proving expert mortar for an exciting community development
We are playing a pivotal role in the regeneration of a brownfield site in Cheshunt. The development, Cheshunt Lakeside is set to become a vibrant new mixed-use community hub with an abundance of benefits for the area.
Cheshunt Lakeside is a new development led by Inland Homes in close consultation with Broxbourne Borough Council. The new site will contain an approximation of 1,725 new homes, with 46 of the properties listed as affordable housing by B3Living. The community is at the forefront of the ambitious plans for Cheshunt Lakeside, with public landscaped spaces, pocket parks, new transport routes and even a new two-form primary school included in the proposals.
The first phase of accommodation has been completed and takes the form of apartments in attractive brick buildings no more than eight stories high. The development will also benefit local businesses by creating 19,000sqm of brand-new, flexible, commercial space. For such a beneficial development, a reliable and versatile mortar was needed, and CPI Euromix was the first choice.
CPI Euromix was chosen for the project due to its long-standing, good relationship with the client, Sherrif Construction; who was confident in CPI’s ability to provide a high-quality mortar for such a valuable project. CPI has supplied 700 tonnes of its M4 natural mortar so far and has not met any challenges on site which can be attributed to its workable products and logistical expertise. The high-efficiency mixing and excellent dispersion qualities of CPI’s aesthetically-pleasing mortar allows for Cheshunt Lakeside to have an exterior as impressive as the environment around it, which includes Lee Valley Regional Park just next door.
The project commenced in 2020 and is ongoing, with more phases to come. CPI will continue to provide its highly workable, durable and appealing mortar to enable such a rewarding development to reach its full potential.
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