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Herringbone brindle drive

The brindle is a common choice for drives and creates a great finish at a moderate cost. In this example, the drive has been extended to the side of the property to increase the number of vehicles that can be accommodated at any one time.


Here are some examples of block paving and gravel drives.  It is essential that any drive is laid on good foundations. We will dig down up to 30cm, depending on the condition of the existing area, and remove old drive materials where appropriate, install rubble if required, the add scalpings and use a heavy vibrator machine to firm the whole area to stop the drive from settling over time.

The drive edge will be cemented to stop the drive from moving under the weight of vehicles.

Small drive, edged with a complimentary colour

This drive greatly enhances this corner plot and has added to the parking for this end of terrace house

Gravel drive with patio style footpath

This large gravel drive is appropriate for the size and rural nature of the house. Edged with bricks and a patio adjacent to where the cars park, it includes new fencing and landscaping