Do I need planning permission?

Not necessarily. You will not need planning permission if your new driveway uses permeable or porous surfacing which allows water to drain through. This includes gravel, permeable concrete block paving or porous asphalt, or if the rainwater is directed to a lawn or border to drain naturally. If the surface covered is more than five square metres planning permission will be needed for laying traditional, impermeable driveways that do not control rainwater running off. If you want to know more, have a look at the UK government’s website

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First impressions last

Your driveway is the first thing people see when they arrive at your home. It's worth taking it time to get it right. Click here for a free quote on a new driveway.

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Kerb appeal

When selling your property, most people have made some serious decisions by the time they reach your front door. Ask us how to raise your kerb appeal.


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Every detail counts

When planning a new driveway or patio we can factor in all the small things that we know will make it special. Ask us how we'd add detail to your drive.

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