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Category archive: Resin Gravel Surfaces

Project Update: Resin Bound Gravel, Essex

Look at what we have been undertaking over the summer holidays! Whilst the children and staff enjoy their well-earned break, Oakleigh Manor has been busy at Shaw Primary Academy in Essex re-laying all the pathways around the school; replacing the old paving with stunning resin bound gravel in Choc Chip Harvest blend. Hard-wearing, porous, SUDS compliant and…

Portfolio: More Information

As a marketing administrator for a company that conduct their business in a very visual domain, it can be very difficult to paint a picture with just a few words! This is why we have both Pinterest and Instagram accounts! But we understand not everyone has those social media networks. So if this is you,…

Resin Gravel Surfacing: What You Need to Know

Resin Gravel Surfacing: What You Need to Know

Have you been thinking about getting your driveway surfaced, or maybe even your patio, garden path or courtyard? If so (and you surely have!), we strongly recommend resin gravel surfacing. This method of surfacing is very practical; whether you opt for resin bound gravel or resin bonded gravel, you won’t experience loose chipping that you…

Drive Up Your Driveway Design: 3 Ideas for an Amazing Driveway Project

There is no steering around it: driveways play a big role in the appearance of any home. The typical 20 by 40 foot suburban driveway occupies an estimated 800 square feet of the front yard, which is almost half a tennis court. Most homeowners, however, look at their driveways as mere slabs of concrete. With…

Which Driveway Material Is Right for You?

The driveway is the first thing to welcome you home and the last to see you when leaving. This kind of exposure alone should be enough reason to make it as presentable as possible. The attractiveness of your property also depends a lot on the driveway, so why not start doing something about it? We’ve…

Resin Bound Gravel Driveway in Cambridge

Resin Bound Gravel Driveway in Cambridge

Another Resin Bound Gravel Driveway project – September 2013 Project Type: Driveway Duration: 1 Day Project Details: This project is just a simple surface installation carried out for our client in Cambridge. After several years of hard work, our clients have been busy landscaping their own property and we have installed the new surface onto…

Resin Bound Gravel Project in London

Resin Bound Gravel Project in London

After 2 weeks of hard work, one of the teams have just completed this new driveway scheme in central London. Within the first week, the 70-75 tons of spoil was excavated removed from the old driveway to create enough depth for the new porous base layers of the new driveway. An oval shaped central planting bed…

Sydenham design & build project is complete!

Sydenham design & build project is complete!

This landscape design & build project is now complete. The new light stone coloured brick piers and black iron railings have made a fantastic front boundary to the busy london street, at 1.5m high the railings present a firm and secure boundary line without creating a compound like-environment. The driveway area is surfaced with Harvest…

Attention to Detail – Resin Bound Gravel

Attention to Detail - Resin Bound Gravel

Project Location: Enfield, North London Surface Type:  Resin Bound Gravel, colour Golden Glow, blend 13.36 Application: Used to create a Lounge Terrace within a new rear garden scheme Other detail: 3mm thick Stainless Steel edging forms a crisp and distinctive edging around the Resin Gravel and creates a division between the Planting Beds  

Resin Bound Gravel Driveway, Erith, Kent

Resin Bound Gravel Driveway, Erith, Kent

Another new Resin Bound Gravel driveway has been completed this week in Erith, near Dartford, Kent. The entire low maintenance front garden and driveway scheme was designed by Stuart Barten of Oakleigh Manor, and implemented by the various landscape teams of craftsmen. The driveway has a fully SUD’s compliant porous sub-base and asphalt base layers,…

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