Designed by architect Jeffrey Taylor, Toddington Village Hall is a new-build project built featuring reconstructed Cotswold Stone.
The Conservation Rooflight® was specified on this scheme as the planning team at Tewksbury Borough Council wanted to ensure that the most aesthetically pleasing solution was specified.
A total of twelve Conservation Rooflights® were specified for this project. Each rooflight is out of reach, so a combination of electric actuation and manual polewinders have been utilised.
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