Put the flour and salt into a food processor and whizz then add the chilled butter. Pulse till the butter and flour are just starting combine but there are still lumps of butter. Some of the lumps will be quite big and the others small.
Pour onto a bench and make a well in the middle. Add about 1/2 of the water and working quickly start to push the flour and butter together. If the mixture looks like it will be too dry and crumbly add just a bit more liquid. Too much liquid will make a sticky tough dough. LESS is better.
Push the pastry together in a rectangular shape (for later easy rolling) and wrap in plastic and freeze for 15-20 minutes.
You will need to roll and fold the pastry three full times. Therefore follow this next step three times.
Lightly flour the bench and start to roll out the rectangular piece of pastry away from you. Always roll in the same direction. It will be hard to roll at first and you only need to roll out a rectangle that is big enough to fold in three. Press any bits that snap or break back. Once it is a rectangle fold the pastry over itself three times. Start at the end (shortest side) and fold up to 1/3 and then over itself again. Re-freeze and begin again always rolling out in the same direction and folding three times. The pastry will get smoother and easier to roll each time. Chill
Once the third roll is completed it is ready to use. It can be kept for 2-3 days or frozen