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Jane Austen’s House

Jane Austen’s House

Our task was to carry out a full roof renovation including timber repairs, clay peg tiling, leadwork and rainwater goods.

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St Lukes Church, Southsea

St Lukes Church, Southsea

St Luke’s Church in Southsea is a Neo-Norman Grade II listed building built of flint and stone with a Welsh Slate roof which required substantial reroofing.

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Chartwell House

Chartwell House

Chartwell House on the Kent/Surrey borders is the former home of Sir Winston Churchill and is owned by the National Trust.

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West Dean College of Arts & Conservation (Phase 1)

West Dean College of Arts & Conservation (Phase 1)

West Dean College of Arts & Conservation has an outstanding profile for arts, conservation and education, and is regarded as a centre of excellence. Founder and surrealist Patron Edward James and is now part of the Edwards James Foundation.

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Southcliffe

Southcliffe

Clarke Roofing were awarded the contract to install natural slates and lead sheet coverings to this new build property in Bexhill- On-Sea.

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Weald and Downland Museum

Weald and Downland Museum

Weald and Downland Museum is a well-known Living and Open-Air museum nestled in the South Downs just north of Chichester, West Sussex.

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Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral

We were tasked to sympathetically repair the substrate deck using sawn English Oak boarding followed by a new lead roof and rainwater system which was in addition to the fabric of this historical section.

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The Old Rectory

The Old Rectory

Working with a local builder, Clarke Roofing installed new roof coverings to the pitched roof and the veranda to this lovely new outhouse to a property in Newick, East Sussex.

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Hamsey Church

Hamsey Church

The beautiful and historic Grade I Listed St. Peter’s Church, Hamsey near Lewes was suffering from the effects of 1000 years of worship and wear and tear.

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Motcombe Dovecote

Motcombe Dovecote

Originally forming part of the farm yard for the Duke of Devonshire, this small project was on a building of great importance to the town. The adjacent pond is the source of Bourne spring from which Eastbourne got its name.

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Portslade Aldridge Community Academy

Portslade Aldridge Community Academy

Both flat and pitched roof areas at the Academy were in need of urgent renewal including brickwork, trays, pointing and glazing. The flat roof area alone totalled 4600m2 and the pitched roofing was 800m2

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Wadhurst Church

Wadhurst Church

The storm on St Jude’s day in October 2013 caused severe damage to the church spire in Wadhurst. Not only had the shingles been removed but the entire structure to one facet was ripped away including tennoned rafters and braces leaving a gaping hole in the side of the spire.

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Lewes Town Hall

Lewes Town Hall

The Grade II Listed Lewes Town Hall was rebuilt from the infamous 16th Century Star Inn in the High Street, the undercrofts of which still remain and were used to imprison 10-17 martyrs, who were burned at the stake within a few yards of the site!

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Eastbourne College

Eastbourne College

The complete re roofing/renovation of all roof areas, chimneys and rainwater goods to the science block at Eastbourne College here in Eastbourne.

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Devonshire Park Theatre

Devonshire Park Theatre

The existing asphalt roof was in a poor condition with water coming through in various locations. A number of Georgian wire glass panels were broken and needed renewal.

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April Cottage

April Cottage

Your home is the most important asset for the family, Services protect it professionally. From minor repairs to complete roof renewal, Clarke Roofing Southern Ltd will advise and provide free quotations.

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Highmead Manor

Highmead Manor

Highmead Manor is a four-storey residential Victorian building which was converted into flats, we believe in the 1980’s, and sits within the Eastbourne Conservation Area. The main roof is tiled with machine-made tiles and the property has a lead domed porch to the front and a lead dome to the rear.

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Abbotts Building

Abbotts Building

Abbotts Building, on Brighton’s iconic seafront, is located directly opposite to one of its key attractions, the British Airways i360, and commands impressive views of the English Channel.

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Broadlea School

Broadlea School

Clarke Roofing installed 74 rooflights on a school roofing project on the Isle of Wight.

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Gordons Rooms Goodwood Estate

Gordons Rooms Goodwood Estate

The Gordon Rooms form part of the Goodwood Estate, which is situated in the heart of West Sussex and is home to the world-famous Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival and Glorious Goodwood. The upper floors of the Gordon Rooms were original used for storage of historical documents and the lower floors was a canteen and bar, which is used during events.

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Portsmouth Cathedral – Phase 1

Portsmouth Cathedral – Phase 1

Clarke Roofing were the main contractor on this project at Portsmouth Cathedral. We carried out extensive roofing works as well as specialist interior and exterior works. The scope of the works was quite varied and included peg tile roofing, timber roof repairs, leadwork to gutters and flashings, replacement cast iron works, repairs to medieval dormer windows, refurbishment and cleaning leaded light windows, copper cladding, stonework and pointing repairs.

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Battle Library

Battle Library

Working in conjunction with East Sussex and the Frankham Consultancy.

The existing roof and vertical tiling was failing resulting in roof leaks and falling tiles resulting in a considerable risk to the public using the shopping area below.

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Standen House Gazebo, National Trust

Standen House Gazebo, National Trust

The gazebo roof was in poor repair. The roof was beyond repair and all tiles were removed. Structural timber repairs were completed including reinstating a new timber ball ready for leadwork.

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Eastbourne Crematorium

Eastbourne Crematorium

The existing flat roof areas had failed and were in urgent need of replacement.

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St Mary Magdalene Church

St Mary Magdalene Church

St Mary Magdalene Church is a Grade I Listed Building of historic interest, built of stone rubble with a tiled roof. It has a weather-boarded bell-turret, topped by a shingled spire. The chancel and nave are 13th Century, the east wall of the chancel and buttresses were rebuilt about 1800. The North aisle is 14th Century, and possibly the bell-turret.

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Manor Farmhouse

Manor Farmhouse

This farmhouse, built around 1740, is a Grade II* home nestled on the South Downs within a conservation area. Mentioned in Pevsner's Guide, the farmhouse is an 18th century L-shaped building.

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The Polegrove Bowls Pavilion, Bexhill

The Polegrove Bowls Pavilion, Bexhill

Clarke Roofing have just completed the reroof of The Polegrove Bowls Pavilion in Bexhill, East Sussex.

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Harbour Primary School

Harbour Primary School

Harbour Primary School is a nursery and primary school based in the harbour town of Newhaven and maintained by East Sussex County Council.

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Construction

Hendall Manor, Cart Barn

Hendall Manor, Cart Barn

The wonderful Cart Barn is a listed barn situated on the Hendall Manor estate near Uckfield, East Sussex

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Goddards Barn

Goddards Barn

The Low Barn is listed grade II and dates back to circa 16th century. It was moved from Slindon, West Sussex, to become part of Goddards in 1910 by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It has been part of The Landmark Trust since 1996

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Standen House, Visitor Centre

Standen House, Visitor Centre

Having undertaken many small-scale projects for The National Trust we successfully secured this project in competition to construct a New Visitor Reception Building, this being strategically positioned to receive their numerous visitors alongside their main carpark.

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West Dean College of Arts & Conservation (Phase 1)

West Dean College of Arts & Conservation (Phase 1)

West Dean College of Arts & Conservation has an outstanding profile for arts, conservation and education, and is regarded as a centre of excellence. Founder and surrealist Patron Edward James and is now part of the Edwards James Foundation.

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Larchwood Barn

Larchwood Barn

Planning Permission was granted to reduce the footprint of an existing unused barn into a single dwelling by using timber panels with a natural slate roof.

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Cormongers

Cormongers

Clarke Roofing entered into a joint venture with the Trustees to develop an unused farm building into sustainable eco homes.

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The Winter Gardens

The Winter Gardens

Working in conjunction with Eastbourne Borough Council we were contracted to renew the flat roof areas to the perimeter areas of the metal roof domes.

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Portsmouth Cathedral – Phase 1

Portsmouth Cathedral – Phase 1

Clarke Roofing were the main contractor on this project at Portsmouth Cathedral. We carried out extensive roofing works as well as specialist interior and exterior works. The scope of the works was quite varied and included peg tile roofing, timber roof repairs, leadwork to gutters and flashings, replacement cast iron works, repairs to medieval dormer windows, refurbishment and cleaning leaded light windows, copper cladding, stonework and pointing repairs.

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Restoration and Heritage

Goddards Barn

Goddards Barn

The Low Barn is listed grade II and dates back to circa 16th century. It was moved from Slindon, West Sussex, to become part of Goddards in 1910 by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It has been part of The Landmark Trust since 1996

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St Mary Magdalene Church

St Mary Magdalene Church

St Mary Magdalene Church is a Grade I Listed Building of historic interest, built of stone rubble with a tiled roof. It has a weather-boarded bell-turret, topped by a shingled spire. The chancel and nave are 13th Century, the east wall of the chancel and buttresses were rebuilt about 1800. The North aisle is 14th Century, and possibly the bell-turret.

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Sackville House

Sackville House

Sackville House in East Grinstead was built circa 1520 and is a timber-framed house with rooms of wood and lime plaster. It was given to The Landmark Trust in 1995 who then undertook internal renovations.

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Jane Austen’s House

Jane Austen’s House

Our task was to carry out a full roof renovation including timber repairs, clay peg tiling, leadwork and rainwater goods.

Read more
West Dean College of Arts & Conservation (Phase 1)

West Dean College of Arts & Conservation (Phase 1)

West Dean College of Arts & Conservation has an outstanding profile for arts, conservation and education, and is regarded as a centre of excellence. Founder and surrealist Patron Edward James and is now part of the Edwards James Foundation.

Read more
Weald and Downland Museum

Weald and Downland Museum

Weald and Downland Museum is a well-known Living and Open-Air museum nestled in the South Downs just north of Chichester, West Sussex.

Read more
Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral

We were tasked to sympathetically repair the substrate deck using sawn English Oak boarding followed by a new lead roof and rainwater system which was in addition to the fabric of this historical section.

Read more
Hamsey Church

Hamsey Church

The beautiful and historic Grade I Listed St. Peter’s Church, Hamsey near Lewes was suffering from the effects of 1000 years of worship and wear and tear.

Read more
Motcombe Dovecote

Motcombe Dovecote

Originally forming part of the farm yard for the Duke of Devonshire, this small project was on a building of great importance to the town. The adjacent pond is the source of Bourne spring from which Eastbourne got its name.

Read more
Lewes Town Hall

Lewes Town Hall

The Grade II Listed Lewes Town Hall was rebuilt from the infamous 16th Century Star Inn in the High Street, the undercrofts of which still remain and were used to imprison 10-17 martyrs, who were burned at the stake within a few yards of the site!

Read more
Wadhurst Church

Wadhurst Church

The storm on St Jude’s day in October 2013 caused severe damage to the church spire in Wadhurst. Not only had the shingles been removed but the entire structure to one facet was ripped away including tennoned rafters and braces leaving a gaping hole in the side of the spire.

Read more
Gordons Rooms Goodwood Estate

Gordons Rooms Goodwood Estate

The Gordon Rooms form part of the Goodwood Estate, which is situated in the heart of West Sussex and is home to the world-famous Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival and Glorious Goodwood. The upper floors of the Gordon Rooms were original used for storage of historical documents and the lower floors was a canteen and bar, which is used during events.

Read more
Portsmouth Cathedral – Phase 1

Portsmouth Cathedral – Phase 1

Clarke Roofing were the main contractor on this project at Portsmouth Cathedral. We carried out extensive roofing works as well as specialist interior and exterior works. The scope of the works was quite varied and included peg tile roofing, timber roof repairs, leadwork to gutters and flashings, replacement cast iron works, repairs to medieval dormer windows, refurbishment and cleaning leaded light windows, copper cladding, stonework and pointing repairs.

Read more
The Winter Gardens

The Winter Gardens

Working in conjunction with Eastbourne Borough Council we were contracted to renew the flat roof areas to the perimeter areas of the metal roof domes.

Read more
Manor Farmhouse

Manor Farmhouse

This farmhouse, built around 1740, is a Grade II* home nestled on the South Downs within a conservation area. Mentioned in Pevsner's Guide, the farmhouse is an 18th century L-shaped building.

Read more
Highmead Manor

Highmead Manor

Highmead Manor is a four-storey residential Victorian building which was converted into flats, we believe in the 1980’s, and sits within the Eastbourne Conservation Area. The main roof is tiled with machine-made tiles and the property has a lead domed porch to the front and a lead dome to the rear.

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