Sarria Projects

SSQ Sarria slate is mined especially for SSQ from a quarry in the Orense region of north-west Spain. If you are looking for unfading colour and a smooth, flat finish then Sarria is for you. Uncover the possibilities for your project by viewing the case studies below…

Flint Hall Farm, Warwickshire, Sarria, First grade

Location: Flint Hall Farm, Newbold Pacey, Warwickshire
Developer: Banner Homes
Slate Used: SSQ Sarria®, First grade, Blue-black roofing slate

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Sarria “Ultra” on a luxury development in Egerton Park

Location: Egerton Park, Merry Hill Road, Bushey Architect: Confidential Slate Used: SSQ Sarria® Ultra roofing slate It’s no accident that the Banner Homes Egerton Park development of eight luxury detached five-bedroom properties takes the name of a distinguished sculptor: it really is a study in excellence. Situated not far from Junction 5 of M1 on Merry [...]

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Penrith New Squares, Domiz Heavy and Forest Rock, Sarria First

Two of SSQ’s recent projects illustrate just how much bearing geography, and other factors linked to the location of a building, should have in making the right choice when specifying natural slate materials. On the surface, there are similarities: both are housing developments – either of apartments or houses - and both were built for [...]

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Kensington Baptist Church, Kensington, Sarria

Kensington Baptist Church in Brecon used SSQ’s Sarria First. Sarria slate is a deep blue-black colour with a distinct blue tinge in sunlight, and is attractively speckled with inert mineral inclusions. The colour is totally natural and will not fade, even in the strongest sunlight or harshest environments.

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Luton Hoo, Bedfordshire, Sarria Blue

Built in 1767, this grade I-listed, Robert Adams’ mansion is set in over a thousand acres of Capability Brown landscaping. Having stood empty for many years, Luton Hoo reopened in April 2008 after a major project to restore, refurbish and convert it into a luxurious, 144-bedroom hotel and leisure complex.

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