St Andrews Abbey Park townhouse front

Kilwaughter wet dash roughcast was spray applied to the private and socially rented apartments as well as the townhouses. To ensure a consistency of finish, we provided a dedicated four-man team to cover the project throughout its duration. For the townhouses, an additional scratch render with an ashlar cut was used, to give a natural stone appearance.

The render was chosen in conjunction with planning authorities, to blend with the architecture of St Andrews, which typically features a traditional Scottish wet dash roughcast finish.

 

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