The future is looking up

Rooftop developments and flat to pitched conversions to maximise your asset.

We’ll work in collaboration with the client and partners to take a project from conceptual design, through to planning and detail design then onto final delivery.

Whether we’re regenerating an estate or helping meet the challenge of housing supply, we have the specialist expertise to support roofscape capitalisation.

Rooftop development

The future for social housing is looking up

Using innovative construction methods and sustainable materials, Langley regeneration can design and construct new homes on existing flat roof structures.


Flat to pitched conversion

Flat-to-Pitched roofing conversion is an excellent way of regenerating an estate or building.

The process involves constructing a new pitched roof over the existing structure using a lightweight metal frame and profiled metal tiles, slates, or tiles. The pitched roof is also suitable for the installation of photovoltaics and battery storage systems which can be installed within the new roof void.

Why choose Langley?

We take a responsive and personable approach to provide high performance, long-lasting flat roofing systems. Managing installations via our industry-leading contractor network and offering independently backed guarantees of up to 30 years covering design, materials and workmanship.

Case Studies

Colebrook court
Colebrook Court

Innovative vertical build increases living space by 22%. Built in Hertford in the 1990s, Network Homes’ Colebrook Court provided 14 one-bed flats to the area for years. Due to local population growth this prompted a need for larger, affordable family homes to deliver greater value to residents.

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Bowes Road
Bowes Road – New Southgate

Making social housing more efficient and pleasing to the eye, using the FTP system to lower costs and raise building standards. As part of a wider refurbishment project to improve aesthetics and services in the local area. Enfield Council employed Playle and Partners LLP to manage regeneration works.

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Lychet Way
Lytchet Way

Like most London boroughs, Enfield Council urgently needed additional homes for social rent. The council’s Lytchet Way estate, which has a mix of three and four storey blocks, was selected for an initial project.

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