Egerton Street, St Helens



Project cost



St Helens

Project Description

Delivery of 12 supported homes using MMC construction methods

BTP is working in partnership with Torus and Osco Homes to deliver a low-carbon, modular off-site system on a 12-unit scheme comprising 8 flats and 4 bungalows.

The project provides "move-on" accommodation for individuals who face challenges including homelessness.

BTP and Torus support Osco's social ethos.They employ local prison and ex-prison workers who are distant from the employment market, resulting in reoffending rates of just 6%, compared to
up to 59% in the wider prison population.

The Osco system was chosen because it uses no fossil fuels, utilises solar PV panels and has integrated thermaskirt heating. This represents a step change towards new building regulations and the Future Homes Standard. 


Key Features

  • Contemporary accommodation that is sustainable but also makes a difference to peoples lives
  • Delivering a low-carbon, energy efficient homes that are inexpensive for customers to run
  • High-performing.cost-effective MMC housing solution
Client Testimonial

BTP embraced the social aspirations of this project working with us to design a scheme which really meets the needs of the people we support, coming out of homeless situations and moving into their first independent home.

Colin Lafferty, Senior Project Manager

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