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Edenhall Walling Stone for Newland Homes

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House Builder and Developer reports on why concrete facing brick is leading the way for new homes. http://www.hbdonline.co.uk/news/concrete-brick-popularity/

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A fascinating project to preserve biodiversity in the Forest of Dean has used Edenhall's quality concrete facing bricks to construct a safe new home for rare bats.

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Edenhall facing brick has been extensively used by Bellway Homes and Mace for an award-winning development beside the River Thames at Barking. Designed by Sheppard Robson, Barking Riverside has been awarded Development of The Year in the The Sunday Times 2013 British Homes Awards design competition. It is one of the largest residential schemes in the UK, with 10,800 homes set to be delivered over 12 years on a 170ha brownfield site.

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A Major mixed use development in the heart of Penrith's historic town centre has made extensive use of bespoke cast stone from leading manufacturer Edenhall.

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Edenhall Concrete has recently completed three major projects for Solar panel base units in the south of England....

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Edenhall is renowned for creating bespoke facing bricks and cast stone in partnership with architects and developers. Within our popular facing brick ranges you can also find many close equivalents to discontinued bricks, calcium silicate bricks and London Brick Company stock bricks.

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Lime Grove Mews combines classic English architecture with contemporary designer luxury. This exclusive development of 20 Regency-style town houses and 49 elegant apartments makes extensive use of architectural cast stone details from Edenhall.

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Customers at Yo! Sushi’s new Exeter restaurant are greeted by a striking double height MASS Concrete feature wall incorporating an exquisite Japanese cherry blossom design with blowing leaves and butterflies flowing across the space and down the staircase.

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An array of cast stone architectural details and ashlar masonry from UKCSA member Edenhall feature prominently on one of the most significant regeneration projects currently underway in Wales.

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