Residential Case Study

The Chocolate Quarter, Keynsham

Project Background

The Chocolate Quarter is a St Monica Trust’s retirement living village. Formally home of Fry’s and later Cadbury’s chocolate factory, the development was completely refurbished, restoring the iconic buildings, and converting them into apartments. The development comprises of three interconnected blocks. Block A was converted to provide 106 apartments with two floors built off the factory roof. Block B was converted and extended at ground floor level providing communal areas and a 93 Bedroom Care Home and housing apartments. Block C accommodates offices on the upper four floors and a Doctors Surgery at ground floor level.

Cellecta’s DECKfon Batten 70 was specified by KWL 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.

Hall Bros Carpentry was awarded this 4,953m² contract to construct this development in Keynsham.


KWL Architects


Hall Bros Carpentry

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Products Installed

  DECKfon Batten 70

  YELOfon ES5



“Suitable for all types of separating floors”

Products Installed Information