Green roof waterproofing is a walk in the Parkside for Kemper

Architecture, Design & Innovation

Kemper System, has helped ensure Telford Homes’ Parkside Quarter development reflects the greenery of its location on the Isle of Dogs by providing the waterproofingmembrane for the scheme’s green roofs.


Designed by David Wood Architects, the Parkside Quarter development includes a five-story block with 64 apartments for sale, a further 17 apartments in a four-storey block for let by Eastend Homes housing association and five apartments in a four-storey block for shared-ownership. Green roofs have been specified for all three blocks, connecting the buildings to the acres of park land that lie adjacent to the scheme.

Roofing contractor, Cawston Roofing, used Kemper System’s cold liquid-applied Kemperol V210 waterproofing membrane to waterproof the concrete deck and provide an ideal base for the inverted roof insulation and green roof elements of the project.

Parkside Quarter 1

Kemper System’s EP primer was used to seal the concrete substrate and provide the ideal key for…

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