Russell Roof Tiles supplied New Dawn Homes with its commercial Highland tiles in Anthracite for their energy-efficient new builds in Swindon.
Russell Roof Tiles supplied A.C. Whyte with 190,000 Double Roman tiles in Slate Grey and Terracotta for their re-roofing social housing project with East Ayrshire Council
Dandara worked closely with leading roof tile manufacturer Russell Roof Tiles to achieve a concrete roofing solution that was in keeping with the desired aesthetic of the planners
Russell Roof Tiles supplied Lovell Partnerships with 40,000 Polden tiles in Anthracite for an affordable housing project in Scotland.
Russell Roof Tiles supplied Bute tiles in Burnt Orange for a residential housing project in Hampshire.
Russell Roof Tiles supplied Vistry Partnerships with 20,000 Galloway tiles in Anthracite for a £11.8m independent living apartment complex for over 55s in the heart of Northwich, Cheshire.
Russell Roof Tiles supplied social new build contractor Robert Woodhead Ltd with Grampian tiles in Slate Grey for a ground-breaking project by Leicester City Council to build hundreds of affordable homes for families across the city.
McGoff Construction worked closely with leading roof tile manufacturer, Russell Roof Tiles to achieve the right roofing solution. The firm specified its Lothian concrete pitched roof tiles in Terracotta as the tiles replicate the look of natural clay tiles.
Russell Roof Tiles supplied Taylor Wimpey with 180,000 sustainable Bute thinner leading edge tiles in Burnt Orange for its Shopwykes Lakes development in Chichester
The Lothian was chosen for a 35-unit housing development just outside the market town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire
Russell Roof Tiles supplied Keepmoat Homes with Highland, Grampian and Lothian tiles in Slate Grey, Anthracite, Cottage Red and Peat Brown, for its multi award-winning development, Spirit Quarters.
Russell Roof Tiles supplied Taylor Wimpey with 250,000 sustainable Bute tiles in Cottage Red, Slate Grey and Terracotta, for its Hamford Park development in Walton-on-the-Naze.
St George’s Mansion was a former 19th century hospital called St George’s County Asylum. The grade II listed building was in disrepair following 20 years of neglect.
A large retirement village in Bedfordshire required a natural slate finish
Developers Bovis Homes needed a tile that would be sympathetic to the natural surrounds
The development is situated at Killay and is part of a wider initiative to redevelop the Hendrefoilan area
Russell Roof Tiles worked closely with the roofing contractor to supply tiles for a rural exemption scheme
Mill ‘O’ Mains is a major social housing development of 300 new homes and is part of Dundee City Council’s ongoing regeneration plans to replace outdated properties
A stable conversion project needed an authentic clay roof finish
Russell Roof Tiles supplied 26,000 Slate Grey Pennine tiles as part of a £36,000 contract for a total of 13 private homes in Falkirk
Russell Roof Tiles supplied 27,000 black Galloway tiles for a total of 27 homes on the unique island community project of St. Mary’s Island, Kent
Russell Roof Tiles supplied Grampian and Pennine tiles to a large social housing project in Fife
Russell Roof Tiles provided Galloway tiles for a Social Housing project in Bristol
Russell Roof Tiles supplied 200,000 Highland roof tiles in Cottage Red for a reroof project
A large new housing development in the East Midlands required a roof tile that would match with the traditions of the local area
Center Parcs newest holiday village in Bedfordshire has had Russell's Grampian tile and full dry fix systems fitted to all 625 of it's luxurious new lodges
Russell Roof Tiles supplied tiles to 3 social housing sites in Derby
A large extra care facility in the West Midlands with a contemporary architects design needed a roof to match
Russell Roof Tiles is supplied our Natural Range Galloway and also the profiled Pennine tile to a total of 128 new build homes in Leicestershire
The Double Roman has been a popular choice with house builders in the south
David Wilson Homes were looking for a mix of slate and clay roofs for a new site in Andover
The Highland was specified for a 212 plot site by Redrow Homes in the South West of England
The Polden tile has been used on various sites in Scotland as a slate solution. With its riven finish and mock bond the tile gives a true natural look but still has all of the benefits of a concrete interlocking tile