Two agricultural barns were built in pasture land in Nether Alderley. Built to an extremely high standard using conservation materials, red sandstone to match the local stone that is no longer quarried and sourced from Scotland. This was used for the arched doorways and the quoin details. Cheshire hand-made bricks carefully selected were used to enhance the traditional nature of the building and laid with lime mortar to ensure no construction joints. Reclaimed Welsh blue roof slates were used with English Oak facia boards. Both barns were constructed in the middle of separate fields and required temporary haul roads and reinstatement to enable access for construction.