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A new tradition from Redland’s Craftsman

Kirkby Homes has used Redland’s Rosemary Clay Craftsman roof tiles in the development of six luxury homes in Haslemere.

A new tradition from Redland's Craftsman

Craftsman was used for its ability to blend in with the traditional houses in the surrounding area whilst still being hardwearing and long lasting.

Fran Lasenby of Kirkby Homes said: “Retaining the town’s identity was a major concern amongst the locals when it came to planning permission. The Rosemary Clay Craftsman was selected because it looks like a handmade tile and has the rustic quality the town’s residents wanted to reflect. The end result was exactly what we wanted and all six of the houses were sold very quickly.”

The Craftsman tile is the latest addition to the Rosemary clay range which has been used on roofs across the country for over 175 years. The tile manufacturing process means the tile has a traditional look with all the benefits of a new tile.

Patrick Norris from Myona Roofing, the contractor responsible for roofing all six of the properties stated: “We have used Redland tiles on many projects over the years, the wide range of styles means that there is one to suit every job. They are easy to use and a pleasure to work with.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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