British natural stone is part of our history and heritage
Many buildings produced in British natural stone have stood the test of time - with large numbers of our public buildings being built around the 20th and in some cases 19th century, British natural stone can quite literally be linked to particular locations around the UK.
In areas of historic or architectural importance, it is essential to ensure that any new buildings, city or town centre developments match and blend sympathetically to their locations.
Architecturally; public sector buildings with very specific or multiple functions, designed and built with British natural stone will always be a symbol of local community pride, including:
- Local Authority Offices
- Schools, Colleges & Universities
- Community Centers
- Coach Stations
- Police Stations & Courts
Before specifying any dimensional stone type, for new-build projects or for renovation, refurbishments and extensions to existing buildings, it is important to have confirmation of origin and stone performance. Marshalls Stancliffe Stones invests in independent testing on a regular basis, in line with European Standards.
The latest test data on each of our stone types is readily available. View stone types and colours.
Our Specification Consultants can provide guidance on stone types, products and construction specific to your project - from concept right through to delivery to site.