Set within a rural location Interclass were approached by a private client to redevelop a courtyard to this front of his property, this particular scheme involved the removal of 20 tonne of gravel which was recycled at a local Fishing Pool to provide new fishing pegs with hard standing areas for its members.
Small trees and shrubs were removed and the area was excavated and new drainage reinstalled due to aging pipe work.
Areas to the front of the property were block paved and a new grass island was created to hide a soak away that was also installed, over 20 tonne of Type 1 MOT, pea shingle and 5 tonne of soil and topsoil were used within the scheme.
The surface dressing used was an 8mm Self Binding Gravel sourced from a local quarry Gill Mill, Whitney, Oxfordshire, this Self Binding Limestone Gravel is perfect for footpaths, cycle and walkways and car parking areas, particularly if you require a firm compact surface for wheelchair access.
When laid correctly self-binding gravel produces a closed and stable surface with a charming Cotswold stone colouring. Its finish is one of a natural, rustic appearance and will blend into most landscaping situations. The final result speaks for its self.
“What a transformation, well done Interclass, a perfect job from start to finish” C.L Britton Owner