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Sedum Supply Projects

Milton Keynes

Time lapse of the Sedum Trays being installed in Milton Keynes.


Supply and installation of a Sedum Green Roof, with retention trims all around. The roof was part greened according to customer design.


Sedum Green roof and EPDM waterproofing installed in Nottingham by our contractors.

Outer Hebrides - Supply and fit waterproofing.

Cornwall, Whitsand Bay - Damaged roof stripped and re-turfed. 

Coventry - Full supply and fit EPDM and Sedum roof system.

London Garden Pod Sedum Green Roof.

Garden Office pod installed with a Standard Sedum roof pack, and Aluminium slotted retention trims for a crisp sharp line to finish the detailing.

Liverpool Sedum Green Roof.

This Installation of EPDM waterproofing and green roofing was undertaken this February. 

Sedum Supply Ltd worked alongside the client. The main contractor assisted in the supervision and management, that resulted in a fantastic finish.

Bristol Sedum Roof

In January 2015 this garage roof in Bristol was finished to the timber deck level by the customers builders. And then our approved contractors fitted the EPDM waterproofing with cappings and retention trims, and then installed the sedum roof with a pebble border. 

Cornwall Bespoke Green Roof

The bespoke green roof design was discussed on site with the customer. The pond was included because of the local bird life.


Sedum Supply installation of a Meadow green roof.




Sedum green roof (customer own installation)


Euxton, Lancashire

Waterproofing, and sedum green roof system, installed by Sedum Supply Ltd.



Whitchurch waterproofing and Sedum roof on extention



Hull Private House

Sedum green roof pack with pebble border.


Leeds University Green Roof

Size 1600m2.
This Project consisted of full design and specification, metal decking sheets, insulation, single ply waterproofing and a fully grown sedum roof system.

Customer Brenville Construction Ltd & DLA Design

Construction Value: £3.3 million

Some of our Sedum Turf growing at Leeds University


The ‘Stage@Leeds’ provides a range of facilities for the School of Performing Arts and Cultural Industries at the University of Leeds. Located on the main city campus, the new building provides a main theatre for public performances, smaller teaching theatre, full back-of-house facilities, front-of-house multi-media entrance foyer and atrium, general teaching space, faculty offices and staff areas. The distinctive design concept for the building takes its inspiration from the Victorian Street patterns previously present on site and utilises a strong linear theme on the external facade. The use of dark coloured cladding, set against the adjacent glazed entrance/atrium space, works to create a sense of drama and makes a prominent architectural contribution to the campus and wider city.


The project was a winner at the Leeds Architecture Awards for New Building and was also short-listed for the 2008 RIBA Awards

Bakewell, Derbyshire Green Roof

845m2 full roof system,

This project consisted of a full design and specification, metal decking, insulation, single ply membrane and a plant onsite sedum roof system. Customer Linford Bridgeman.

Considering the design and location the contract was completed on time and on budget. Linfords were more than happy with the full service offered and completed.

Halifax, West Yorkshire Green Roof

Halifax 225m2

A fully grown sedum roof system supplied, delivered and installed to pre installed existing single ply waterproofing system.

Horton in Ribblesdale Primary School Green Roof

Set in the Dales National Park


Single ply waterproofing to existing timber roof deck and a fully grown sedum roof system.

Glyndwr University Green Roof,  Wrexham, North Wales

Client AAC – Waterproofing

Architects – Lawray

Wrexham 1600m2

Article from Lawray Architects
The new Creative Industries Building at Glyndwr University, Wrexham, is due to be completed in early December this year, and last week an important milestone in its construction was started; the new ‘green’ roof.

The roof is in the form of a spiral which starts with the grass embankment to the west of the new building. The roof therefore effectively becomes an extension of the surrounding landscape (which was one of the primary reasons for it having a natural finish).

The planting is actually sedum rather than grass, as this is more resilient to dry spells, and when completed there will be over eighteen new species on the roof to attract more wildlife onto this corner of the University site which already has a diverse ecology.

It will be another four or five weeks until the last six species are planted separately and the scaffolding is removed, at which time it should also have matured a little, giving a ‘taste’ of how it will look and wwwelop as time goes on.

Adding new species of planting will attract an even more diverse range of wildlife to this area and help sustain the existing ecology.

Whether you define sustainable design as visually blending in with the surroundings, conserving our water supplies, increasing biodiversity, creating comfortable acoustic environments, reducing waste, or in design of flexible multi-use spaces, the new roof on the Creative Industries Building achieves multiple objectives and demonstrates the University’s and Lawrays ongoing commitment to sustainability and the environment.

New Build Green Roof in Llandrindod Wells, North Wales

Client – Private.


Supply, delivery and full installation including single ply waterproofing system, aluminium curved flashing detail and a fully grown sedum roof system

RPW Design New Offices – Central London

Approx. 55m2

Some of our Sedum Turf growing at RPW Design New Offices

Small water feature with aquatic plant life on the right

Sheffield Apartments Green Roof

Client – Cladding Services Eastern Limited

170m2 Fully grown sedum roof system and a plant on site roof fitted to existing roof waterproofing.

Bath Green Roof

Client – McCarthy Homes

1200m2 Bespoke Sedum Roof Systems

Market Drayton Bio Diverse Green Roof

Client -Shingler Homes



Single ply waterproofing to existing timber roof deck and bio diverse planted roof system.

Customers Comments
As time moves on and Easter approaches, the final touches on our renovation project begin. This week Sedum Supply's have been putting the gravel base onto our green roof. This substrate will hold a beautiful bio diverse roof, which all the local wildlife will be able to take advantage of throughout the year

Domestic Projects Supply And Install

Here is a selection of green roofs we have supplied and installed on some domestic properties across the UK.

Wrexham, North Wales
Peter and Jane Amos Private New Build Home


Single ply Waterproofing system to existing timber roof deck and a sprout and seeded sedum roof system.

Windermere, Cumbria

Client- Robert Private House Build (Featured on Grand Design)

345m2 Polyroof Protec Waterproof Systems with Fully Grown Wildflower Meadow Mix Roof System

Supply, Install and Plant Onsite Pack


Private Customer, Mid Wales

Supply and Install


Customer comments The roof is looking lovely.

Please pass our thanks on to your boys who installed it.

Regards, Lorna Moore Chartered Architect BSc(Hons) BArch RIBA

Private Supply and Install

Garden Feature and Garden Building (Tilly Carefoot)

Television Gardeners World BBC2

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