Thousands of pounds of paving slabs have been stolen from a street in Rochester, Kent.
The Yorkstone slabs, reported to be worth more than £7,000, were dug up at the junction of St Margaret's Street and Boley Hill.
It is believed stolen highways barriers might have been set up to make it look as if legitimate work was being carried out on the 40 square meters of paving.
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After over 18 years at CED, Giles takes over from his father, Michael Heap, who has held the role since founding the company in 1975.
Giles commented, “I am very proud to be given the opportunity to take on this responsibility and I am thoroughly looking forward to the…Continue
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I had the opportunity to visit London Stone's West London showroom this morning for a meeting.
Set within a large Garden Centre environment (and one which I knew well from my youth as an Aquatic Centre), I was genuinely impressed with their site, showroom and the thought that had gone into the display & Reception areas.
Natural sandstone patio installation in Liverpool undertaken by Dempsey Landscaping.
Before work commenced
Mot type 1 crushed stone sub base laid and compacted
Paving laid on full bed of mortar and coated with sbr/cement slurry
Main body of paving completed
A Landscaping Project that included sculpture. This is the first of a series of blogs showing you different examples of how artworks can be integrated into different environments. Looking back I realise that I have worked with Landscape Architects on several projects and looking forwards hope to continue to do so again but perhaps in a private context and maybe on a smaller scale.
This project evolved in collaboration with Mandy Hounsome then with RPS Design in Bristol who designed…Continue
The contents of this blog shows how to install patios, garden paving, paving slabs, paving stones, patio, stone paving, paving stone, patio stone, patio stones, concrete slabs, slabs, flagstones in Devon.Continue
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Durable Green and Eco-friendly bespoke garden structures
No bricks, no blocks nor mortar.
You have found the correct site for all garden design Devon, landscaping and rammed earth garden structures.
Welcome to the daily blog of …Continue
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A common mistake many people make when renovating a stone built property is to use cement based renders and mortars. Raking out the lime mortar and re-pointing with sand/cement mortar or even worse rendering the stone with a sand/cement render will literally prevent the stonework from breathing. Likewise rendering the internal surfaces of the external walls with cement based renders and plaster will cause decay of the stonework. Literally the walls will…Continue
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How do you build a wall using rammed earth? This blog will show you images and describe how to create a rammed earth Water wall, Designed By Jacksons Landscape Design, Devon
All 600x600 existing paving lifted and stacked, the 5 spot paving bed and sub base removed, completion to all concrete footings, all conifer stumps removed, completion of block works, lower level of garden built up, half of the screened soil moved to raised planters,…Continue
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Cheshire based Big Dig Groundworks are pleased to be able to say we are a member of the Marshalls register.
We can install you new drive or patio to the highest quality using only the highest quality matrerials.
Whether you would like Block paving, Indian stone, York stone, granite setts or flags we have the knowledge and skills to complete the…Continue
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The Stone Bake Oven Company, who hand cast a range of high quality wood fired ovens, have donated a Primo Oven for auction with 100% of the cost going to Help for Heroes.
The Stone Bake Oven Company has chosen…Continue
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With the fast approaching summer, thousands of men and women all over the UK will find themselves outdoors, assessing the garden and the changes needed for ‘that summer party.’
As well as garden improvements and hosing down the garden furniture, the…Continue
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Materials and detailing should be at the back of the designer's mind from the very start of a project, because it is through these that the mood and style of the garden can be conveyed, every bit as much as through the spatial arrangement and the planting.
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