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We undertake a range of hard landscaping tasks, from shed bases to large patios, pathways, driveways & large recontouring & resurfacing projects.

Here are some photos of the work we have carried out:

We were asked to build the paths (& astroturf) for the 18 hole, Jurassic Jungle Golf course in Ombersley, Worcester. The pathways were constructed using a self-binding aggregate.

This project involved the removal of the existing paving and the installation of porcelain slabs and additonal garden steps, to create a modern, contemporary feel

Here we created a large patio area at the rear of the house with a joining path and small hard standing at the side and steps to rear garden All in Indian Sandstone .

We were asked to remove the existing landscaping and driveway at the front of the house and re-model it, removing the wall and removing steps on the footpath

A large block paving project, removing the old path and patio area, re-excavating it putting in drainage and then new, clay block paving

The exisiting paving area needed to be made significantly larger. We utilised the existing slabs by creating a contemporary pattern alongside new, honed Indian sandstone

A new patio area was created linking to paths around the sides of the house using Indian sandstone, joining it seamlessly with the existing block paving

We were asked by Great Witley Parish Council to create a block paved area linking the Quatergreen changing facilities to the tennis court & astroturf area

We removed a large garden outbuilding, excavated and laid the proper foundation for a new garden building

A tired and under-used corner of the garden was brought to life, creating an inviting and pleasant seating area

A timber retaining wall that was falling down and a poorly constructed patio were remedied by providing a sound base and footings, block wall and re-laying the patio to industry standards.

A corner of the garden plagued by large tree roots was transformed by installing the base for a new garden building

Another base for a large garden building, properly excavated and prepared

A block paving quadrant making use of a corner of lawn. The height of the existing drainage inspection cover having to be altered to fit perfectly with the paving.

A patio extension, mixing new and existing slabs to create a more uniform pattern.

Re-laying & extending a patio that had been previously poorly constructed, with no correct use of sub-base materials, leading to uneven and moving slabs.

A large driveway that suffered from poor drainage and water erosion. We excavated and then installed extensive drainage and Bredon Self Binding aggregate to form a durable and aesthetically pleasing driveway surface.

The customer wanted to transform a tired part of the garden into a comfortable area for chairs and a table, in order to enjoy the late day sun. We kept the tree stumps at their request to use as tables/stands which formed a nice feature.

A block paving extension to a semi-circular patio area. The new blocks were a good match but need to weather to completely blend in with time.

A patio extension, step and path using a rustic Indian sandstone. Sandstone setts were used as bricks for the small retaining wall to enhance the rustic feel requested by the customer. Discrete drainage was created using a slot drain leading to a soakaway.

Two simple gravel paths dug across the lawn, steel edging used for the sides with a membrane & gravel in-fill

Another garden building base re-constructed to a much higher specification for a new high-end garden building

More new garden building bases constructed - within +/-5mm tolerance across the length to the garden building suppliers recommendation

A simple gravel replacement to an overgrown and labour intensive bed, ready for pots and ease of maintenance