Residential Case Study

Alexandra House, Portsmouth

Project Background

Alexandra House, a former health clinic, delivers 16 affordable, high-quality homes meeting low energy and dependable living standards. Comprising of 9 two bedroom flats which front the main junction of Northern Parade and Doyle Avenue, adjacent are 4 three bedroom houses and 3 Dependable living houses. This development is Portsmouth City Council’s most energy efficient scheme, utilising an all-electric set up, sourced from a number of PV Panels within the development.

Cellecta’s ScreedBoard 28 was specified by HGP Architects due to it being suitable for all floor types and is frequently viewed as the solution of choice for new build and refurbishment developments. Its interlocking edges for installation convenience, high density, and unique resilient layer provides unrivalled acoustic performance.

PMC Construction were supplied 482m² of Cellecta products for this development in Hilsea, Portsmouth.


HGP Architects


PMC Construction

Type of Construction


Project size


Products Installed

  ScreedBoard 28

  YELOfon FS50


ScreedBoard 28 was used providing unrivalled acoustic performance.”

Products Installed Information


ScreedBoard 28


YELOfon FS15/30/50