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SureSet April Resin Bound ‘round up’

SureSet provides us with a round up of its recent installations:

Replacing the original 1960’s building, a new £8.8m bus station opened in Allhallows, Bedfordshire in 2015. As part of some ‘finishing touches’ to the project, 30m² of resin bound paving in Bronze was laid in the bin store.

Another creative installation for the Tauheedul Trust as another school logo was laid. This time it was Eden Boys’ School in Birmingham where SureSet’s skilled Installation Team hand laid 34m² Recycled Glass in a bespoke mix of Boysenberry and Elephant Grey from their standard Spectrum® range.

After realising how much maintenance is involved with loose gravel, SureSet was specified to replace it and they were contracted to lay 275m² of Barley Beach resin bound paving in Haringey’s new Pocket Park. Read the full case study.

At Hopscotch Pre-School in Ferndown, Dorset SureSet laid a 52m² pathway in Barley Beach. The neutral buff colour was chosen for the footpath leading from their classrooms – the Rainbow Room and the Sunshine Room – to the play area on their own little nature reserve.

Being delivered by Bouygues Development and Londonewcastle the Queen’s Park Place, South Kilburn is a development of 144 apartments and ground floor retail unit. SureSet installed 200m² of permeable resin bound paving in Sterling, Barley Beach and Norwegian Pearl outside the retail space into which Marks & Spencer are moving into in November.

Catch up with new case studies:

Perfect pocket park paving for Haringey Council.

Permeable pedestrian paving for Oakwood House

Browse through latest Blogs:

Why choose resin bound paving?

Celebrating Tim Peake with 12 SureSet space snippets.

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