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LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS  Sales recognised with Queen’s Award


Premier Coatings Ltd are proud to announce that they have been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade. The prestigious award has been won for outstanding growth in overseas sales. Premier Coatings Ltd specialises in the manufacture


and supply of high quality anti corrosion, sealing and waterproofing products for the protection of buried, submerged or exposed steel and concrete. The Queen’s Award has been earned as a result of the combined efforts of the company’s UK staff and their global network of agents offering proven and cost-effective solutions for customers.


01233 770663 www.premiercoatings.com Clearstone permeable resin bound paving


The planning and design for the roadways, drives and shared spaces of a development of new build homes at Barns Green in West Sussex for Berkeley Homes, incorporated permeable concrete blocks and resin bound to create a mixture of aesthetically pleasing and varied paved surfaces. The two permeable systems worked integrally alongside each other, reducing the need and cost of conventional piped drainage which in turn enhanced the landscape design of the housing estate creating a natural rural look for its village location. Groundworks company Martin Joyce, contractors on site worked with Clearstone for the resin bound areas. Clearstone’s specifications, gave detailed instructions for the sub-base required for a resin bound surface that is fully SuDs and NPPF compliant for sustainable drainage. Resin bound surfacing provides a water-permeable surface when laid on an open grade binder asphalt, the mixture has open voids across the surface, allowing air to flow freely and the rainwater falling onto it to filter straight into the ground making it an ideal permeable system for this site which had existing mature trees and newly planted woodland areas.


01273 358177 www.clearstonepaving.co.uk Introducing ArborFlow


The implementation of sustainable drainage systems is now required by local authorities as a prerequisite of planning considerations. GreenBlue Urban’s stormwater management solutions provide a sustainable and effective approach –introducing ArborFlow – an environmentally robust means of managing


surface water run-off. Ideal for use in urban areas where space is at a premium, ArborFlow reduces the velocity and rate of surface water run-off in urban areas. Surface water is discharged into surrounding subsoil or flows into the tree pit’s control chamber.


enquires@greenblueurban.com


Working with nature Sioo:x are leaders in wood protection using silicate technology.


We provide a highly effective proven system to protect wood of all types. It gives long life and a beautiful natural surface with even colouration and is friendly to people and the environment.


An example of a Sioo:x project is the larch house Lentran project in Scotland.


Made in Sweden


Sioo Wood Protection AB | Tel: +44(0)7788 542859 | E: sioouk@icloud.com | www.sioo.co.uk


Environmentally friendly


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