We install new driveways and paths using all kinds of materials including concrete, paving and tile.

You might be aware that changes in the law now impact householders wanting to hard surface their front gardens. If the surface to be covered is more than five square metres, you are required to get planning permission for laying traditional, impermeable driveways that do not control rainwater running off onto roads. This applies to new driveways, drive extensions or drive replacements.

But you can avoid planning permission if the surface to be covered is less than five square metres or uses permeable (or porous) surfacing that allows water to drain through it. This could include gravel, permeable concrete block paving, porous asphalt, lawn or borders.

We help you abide by the law while providing a high-quality finish at a competitive price.