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2012 Olympic Park

Inclusive design for the built environment was right at the heart of the vision for The Games. As was a commitment to delivering the project using only fully certified timber for a truly sustainable build.

AJC Homes

A luxurious housing development by AJC Homes Scotland in one of the most exposed parts of the UK has used Edgemere concrete interlocking slates and a full dry fix system from Marley for their roofing.

All Saints Medical Centre

Cottrell & Vermeulen Architects specified Marley Western Red Cedar Shingles in order to complement the surroundings. They recognised the excellent aesthetic qualities, along with providing a low maintenance building with a high level of thermal insulation, whilst also meeting the planning authorities requirements of keeping the building sympathetic to the historic church on the same site.

Backwater in the Norfolk Broads

A custom-built detached home situated on a peninsula in a secluded lagoon, and featuring Western Red Cedar Shingles from Marley has scooped a number of leading industry awards. Located in the Norfolk broads, Britain’s largest protected wetland, Backwater, which was created by, Platform 5 Architects, is made up of three self-contained modules. Each individual module is further complemented by the cedar-clad pitched roofs found at the front of the property. This project won multiple awards; RIBA East Award 2017 and Custom and Self Build Project of the Year at the 2017 Structural Timber Awards.

Bainland Lodge

Bainland Lodge Park is a rural escape housing over 70 lodges and glamping tents, each with its own decking area, integrated hot tub, BBQ, and seating facilities

Beaconsfield Eleven

Marley's Acme Double Camber Clay Plain Tile in Burnt Flame has been used by EAB Homes and Developments Ltd on their award-winning development in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. EAB Homes is a boutique developer, building exceptional, high-end residential properties. They specialise in the design, development and construction of bespoke family homes for buyers who appreciate the very best, and that's why they chose to use Marley roof tiles on their Buckinghamshire development.

Binton Road in Welford, nr Stratford upon Avon.

Beauty & Heritage - Marley’s Hawkins Fired Sienna clay plain roof tile, the perfect specification choice for a new development in Warwickshire. Properties had to fit seamlessly into the surrounding landscape, while also meeting strict planning regulations. Keith Greenall, MD for Greenall Construction, “The mock Tudor architectural style, incorporating natural materials meant we wanted to find a roofing solution in keeping with the look we had established. “The development required a clay tile perfectly matching the aesthetics within the village & the planning committee were happy the clay material suited the ambience & style of the development & local area.”

Brickyard Lane

A luxury self build project in Warwickshire has used an innovative mixed brindle clay plain tile, the Marley Acme Single Camber, to give the roof a traditional, high quality aesthetic, in keeping with the home’s rural surroundings.

Cedar Barn

A barn conversion in the picturesque village of Witham Friary, near Bath, was completed using 10,000 Acme Natural Orange Double Camber clay plain tiles and plain angle clay ridges. The Natural Orange colour was selected to contrast with the local stonework and the traditional cedar shingles used on the vertical elevations and the central atrium between the two buildings. The unique double camber format of the clay plain tiles also adds a subtle texture and character to the roof with accentuated light and shade.

Cheswick Place

Bloor Homes has chosen Marley's Edgemere slates in Smooth Grey and Smooth Brown as a cost-effective roof finish for 95 new homes in the Solihull village of Cheswick Green.

Chippenham Care Home

Marley's Modern Interlocking Concrete Tiles within the shade of "Smooth Grey" were specified for the roofing of this new and wonderful extension of the Chippenham Care Home, which is opposite to Chippenham's newly built Golf Clubhouse. The Modern interlocking concrete tile is heavily chosen due to its slate-like appearance, ease of installation and due to it being a economical choice.

Dudley Care Home

When looking for a cost-effective, but premium roofing solution for a care home in Dudley, Riven Edgemere was specified to provide the perfect option, on budget and on time.

George House

Marley CitiDeck has been installed at a McCarthy & Stone Retirement Living development at George House located at Primett Road in Stevenage.

Llwnderw School

Western Red Cedar Shingles with FRT Exterior® Fire Retardant Treatment (AA Rating) provided the Welsh Primary School in Swansea with feature cladding to the curved external walls, in order to create what the architect described as a ‘cedar shell’.

Paddington Trial

Playscheme, one of the UK’s most reputable developers of outdoor play environments, selected Marley’s CitiDeck anti-slip decking as the perfect timber decking product for their Paddington Park recreational project in the heart of Paddington itself.

Quintain House

Quintain House's clay tiled roof is sympathetic to those in nearby traditional villages in the surrounding area.

Robert Wilkinson

From the Marley range of anti-slip timber decking products, Playscheme chose Marley CitiDeck as the product of choice for the Robert Wilkinson memorial project.

Vicarage Lane

Lincoln Clay Interlocking Pantiles in Rustic Red have been installed on the roofing of a new build home in the village of Wellingore, near Lincoln. Lincoln combines the bold and beautiful curves of traditional clay pantiles with all the installation simplicity and speed required for today’s roofs.This means that Lincoln affords the rich appeal of natural, clay pantiled roofs, a thin leading edge and a beauty that matures over time.

Wixams Retirement Village

Approximately 5,000 square metres of Marley Edgemere and Marley Concrete Plain Tiles were installed as part of a £44m new-build project by Galliford Try at Wixams Retirement Village. Galliford Try led the Wixams Retirement Village project from start to finish, with NRA Roofing and Marley working together for the installation & manufacture of roofing products. Key reasons for the specification of Marley Edgemere and Marley concrete plain tiles included the cost-competitiveness of the tiles as well as the visual appeal and product attributes which would make the installation process quicker and more efficient.

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