Roofing and cladding features on The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice.

by Welsh Slate

Welsh Slate has been specified for its aesthetics and robustness, for the roof and innovative cladding of a ground-breaking new hospice. The £21 million Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park features Welsh Slate’s Penrhyn Heather Blue Celtic grade 270mm x 180mm roof slates which are complemented by a cladding veneer of the same colour over a total of 1,400m2 of the outer façade layer of ‘protective’ eaves and bedroom terraces.

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