Residential Case Study

Kestrel Court, Epsom

Project Background

Kestrel Court is a bespoke development of nine apartments, comprising of one 3 bedroom and eight 2 bedroom high specification properties. Offering tree lined views, off street parking and private gardens, the development is nestled near Ewell Village, granting easy access to shops and restaurants. Its prime location provides A3 access to the M25 and trains to London. Also nearby is Bourne Hall, which features a library, theatre, museum, and various amenities, and Nonsuch Park, an English Heritage-listed historic park.

Cellecta’s DECKfon Batten 70 was specified by 1929 Architects as they have been rigorously tested and are Robust Detail complaint for steel, concrete and timber separating floor applications. The battens consist of a layer of recycled, low resonance, open cell, flexible polyurethane foam bonded to an FSC/PEFC certified timber batten.

Turnbull Homes were supplied 500m² of Cellecta products for this development in Epsom.


1929 Architects


Turnbull Homes

Type of Construction


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Products Installed

  DECKfon Batten 70


“Outstanding acoustic performance and suitable for all floor types”

Products Installed Information