|Material Type||Lead Work, RWG, Slating|
|Material Used||Lead, RWG, Slating|
Battersea Arts Centre is a Grade II listed building that was designed in 1891 by EW Mountford. The upperparts of the Grandhall were devastated by a fire, the redevelopment ensured this historic landmarks restoration. RRCL carried out all of the slating works. This project contained ornamental leadwork as seen with the spire dome situated on the main roof as well as three ornate eyebrow dormers in addition to lead installation of the flat roofs.