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Hanover Lodge by Plean

Hanover Lodge, Regents Park, London (2009)

Ornate cast stone for Grade II star listed Regency mansion

Ideal for ornate detailing, cast stone has been used to striking effect for the restoration of one of London’s grandest homes, the Nash-designed Hanover Lodge and its twin gatehouses in Regents Park.

Wimbledon College entranceway by Haddonstone

Wimbledon High School (2009)

Cast stone creates a dramatic entranceway

The Girls’ Day School Trust approached UKCSA member Haddonstone to create a dramatic entranceway and rain screen cladding for the Rutherford Centre for the Performing Arts at Wimbledon High School.

Jordanhill School Lodge by Plean

School Redevelopment, Glasgow (2009)

Striking elevations in cast stone ashlar masonry

The main building in a major redevelopment of Jordanhill School in Glasgow is clad in bespoke cast stone ashlar masonry from UKCSA member Plean Precast.

Scarborough Spa supplied by Haddonstone

Scarborough Spa (2009)

Award winning cast stone on Scarborough Spa restoration

UKCSA member Haddonstone has won a prestigious Green Apple Gold Award for their supply of an intricately detailed cast stone parapet to replace damaged stonework around the ballroom of this Victorian building.

Galleries project supplied by Procter

The Galleries, Brentwood (2009)

Cast stone contributes to award-winning conversion

The quality of bespoke cast stone from UKCSA member Procter Cast Stone has made a significant contribution to the conversion and restoration of a Grade II- listed Victorian former hospital into 130 homes. Essex based housebuilder City & Country Group won top property industry accolades for the development.

Haddonstone Bridlington Seafront

Fast Food Outlet, Bridlington (2008)

Durability on the waterfront

The elevations of a seafront Burger King outlet at Bridlington, East Yorkshire, have been raised in bespoke cast stone from UKSCA member Haddonstone.

Haddonstone Private House

Private House, Leicestershire (2008)

Cast stone transforms 1960s house

A 1960s private house has been transformed into an imposing residence by the imaginative use of architectural cast stone from UKCSA member Haddonstone.

Princess Park Manor project by Edenhall

Princess Park Manor, North London (2008)

Victorian dressings replicated

A Victorian hospital building at Friern Barnet has been sympathetically converted into luxury apartments by developer Comer Homes. A wide range of cast stone architectural details from UKCSA member PD Edenhall was used to re-create the Italianate splendour of the original elevations.

Hindu Temple project

Hindu Temple, Tividale (2008)

Cast stone beats natural stone for ornamental gateway

The capability of UKCSA member Procter Cast Stone to supply a large quantity of complex elements to a tight schedule led to the specification of cast stone for the gateway to a Hindu temple in the West Midlands.

Trocadero project

Trocadero, London (2008)

Cast stone matches Victorian profiles

The façade of London’s famous Trocadero in the heart of theatreland near Piccadilly Circus has been restored with dressings from UKCSA member Broadmead Renaissance Cast Stone.

Old Wardour Refurbishment

Old Wardour Refurbishment, Dorset (2007)

Cast Stone door and window surrounds

Door and window surrounds, gable coping and gable finials in cast stone supplied by UKCSA Member Thorverton Stone to match existing design.

Hanley Court project

Hanley Cwrt, Usk, Gwent (2007)

Queen Anne style dressings

In one of the most exceptional newbuild projects in South Wales, UKCSA member PD Edenhall has provided a range of fine architectural details for a Queen Anne-style development by Bartondale Homes overlooking the picturesque market town of Usk.

The Axis by Haddonstone

The Axis, Nottingham (2007)

Cast Stone used on award winning development

HB Developments chose UKCSA member Haddonstone to provide the cast stone on this historically important building in Nottingham city centre.

Tomlinson HQ project

GF Tomlinson Construction HQ, Derby (2007)

New headquarters for the GF Tomlinson construction group

Bespoke wet cast stone details from UKCSA member PD Edenhall are a prominent feature on the brickwork elevations of a new head office for Midlands construction group GF Tomlinson Ltd.

Bridewell Park, Guildford (2007)

Bridewell Park, Wormley, near Guildford, Surrey

UKCSDA member Pennine Stone Ltd supplied the cast stone to this prestige development by Charles Church South East Ltd (part of the Persimmon Group), consisting of 65 flats, 5 town houses and a community business centre. Pennine Stone’s standard strings, window heads and cills were used alongside a number of bespoke designs.

Private residence, Surrey (2006)

Private residence, Surrey

UKCSA member Haddonstone’s cast stone was used extensively on this new prestigious home in Surrey.

Shopping Centre, Dundalk (2005)

Marshes Shopping Centre

UKCSA Member Haddonstone was responsible for the stonework facades of the new 410,000 sq ft Marshes Shopping Centre at Dundalk, County Lough.

Burton College

Burton College (2004)

Engineering College Uses Cast Stone

Handcrafted cast stone is a key feature of Burton College's new engineering faculty building. Over 2000 individually designed pieces of cast stone have been used to enhance the performance and appearance of the building.

Emmerdale TV Set, Harewood Estate

Emmerdale TV Set, Harewood Estate (1997)

Cast Stone for replica TV Set

The TV set of Emmerdale is a life size replica of Esholt where the show was originally filmed for 22 years. As early as 1989 the show's set designer had visions of building a purpose built set.

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