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Natural ventilation at Lancer Square

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Lancer Square’s apartments and penthouses are stylish new additions to the Kensington Palace conservation area.

Lancer Square has 36, one, two, three and four bedroom apartments. The courtyard garden at the heart of the development is inspired by the traditional designs of Kensington Palace Gardens.


Dyer supplied and installed 21 pairs of ZA rack and pinion drives as part of a natural ventilation system within the apartment development, beneath the spectacular garden. Each pair of drives per vent are synchronized using BSY+ technology.

The windows provide natural day-to-day ventilation, and are manually triggered via a local breakglass for the removal of cold smoke after a fire.

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