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Winters Gap, Lothersdale
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A barn conversion with a specification of the highest standards, completed using Bradstone Old Quarried roofing slates

Key facts

Architect: Planet Architecture, Cowling, North Yorkshire BD22 0DB
Sector: Housing
Client: Mr Simon Rider
Contractor: Little England & Co, Bingley, West Yorkshire
  • Picturesque location
  • High specification
  • Sustainability a key factor in decision making


Lothersdale is a small village and civil parish in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, England, situated near Skipton and located within the triangle formed by Skipton, Cross Hills and Colne. It is a small community of about 200 houses and includes local amenities such as a recreation ground, church, pub, village hall, clubhouse and primary school.

The Pennine Way runs through it which, being a National Trail, ensures that visitors experience some of the best landscapes. These are managed to a very high standard and being the first National Trail opened on 24thApril 1965, it remains one of the most famous.


This project was preliminarily identified by an enquiry gained at the Homebuilding and Renovating Show in 2012. After looking at other competitor product offers, Bradstone Old Quarried roofing slates were finally specified due to the clients preference based on our product quality, price, availability and sustainability credentials.

Bradstone Old Quarried roofing slates ensured the barn conversion to be completed in a way that complies with the local environment. A range of reconstructed stone roofing slates of the highest quality, Bradstone Old Quarried retains the essential character of the original natural stone slates from which they are moulded, and are a valuable substitute for the continual decline of natural products.

Bradstone Old Quarried product features include:

  • Contains up to 50% recycled material making them the sustainable choice
  • Available in two colours to suit any application and environment
  • Supplied in a range of diminishing courses and random widths which give the roof the appearance of having used heavy stone
  • Allow for reduced erection and timber costs
  • Suitable for roofs down to a minimum pitch of 25°

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Wintergap barn conversion, West Yorkshire

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