Best material for flat bay window roof & quote advice?

We have had a roofer round to look at our bay window roof which has a fairly large crack in the leadwork. He has provided quotes for replacing the existing boards (which are apparently sodden after a rainy weekend) and the roof covering itself plus lead. What's the best material to go for here - both in terms of longevity and appearance? I am a bit concerned that rubber could look ugly and out of place in a Victorian terrace. 75% of the other houses have lead and the rest look to have felt - which looks pretty awful. Images here: https://imgur.com/a/0PjF0Wh

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Lead are the best to use also last longer and got more for the money worth
11th May 2020
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My opinion would be rubber it’s very long lasting and looks a lot better than felt.
14th May 2020
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Fibreglass is the best solution 100% in my eyes
26th May 2020
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