St Botolph's Church

Boston | The Parish of Boston

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Project Value
£2 million
Operational Energy
97.93 kWh/m²/year
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Improvement in the RIBA 2030 Challenge Target

An iconic local landmark

St Botolph’s is an iconic landmark with its 266ft tower – commonly known as the Boston Stump – visible for miles around.

During a multimillion pound refurbishment, the Parish wanted to improve the heating within the 2,000m2 church, while bringing down running costs.

We provided detailed heat-resistance calculations on the building fabric, alongside energy models. The results informed our decision to make alterations to the existing boiler system, removing the common heating pipe and providing a more efficient flow-and-return system.

We also integrated additional underfloor heating and added, refurbished and relocated radiators.

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