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Loose gravel and block paving originally covered this domestic driveway in North Mymms, Hertfordshire.
A brand new state-of-the-art building, housing North Somerset Magistrates' Court and Avon & Somerset Probation Area.
Five terraced houses in Barrow-in-Furness had previously occupied a now-empty open site.
Officially opened to the public in 2001, the Cardiff Bay Barrage created a freshwater lake with over 13km of waterfront and was the catalyst for the regeneration.
The overall theme of this project depicts the area's history and its long association with the sea, with an eye-catching walkway linking the community centre with a medical centre.
The Trans Pennine Trail stretches 215 miles from Southport in the West to Hornsea in the East.
The new City Campus East development at Northumbria University is a striking example of sustainable design and has already won several accolades.
The stainless steel footbridge at Newton's Cove in Weymouth forms part of the south west coastal path which extends 630 miles along the coastline.
As part of a refurbishment at Orchard House and Chandos House in Southampton, the drab grey paving slabs that originally lined the footpath have now been replaced.
This project forms part of an ongoing re-generation scheme of 85 acres of land which surround Wembley stadium.
An eight metre diameter circular artwork, situated at the entrance to the brand new West Quay Medical Centre in Barry, forms a striking and colourful entrance to the building.
The highly creative yet extremely intricate design, developed for a new paving area at Pokesdown Children's Centre for Bournemouth YMCA, provided a real design challenge.
In 2008, Wendy Allen designed a garden for the Hampton Court Flower Show on behalf of The Samaritans.
Rugby Borough Council wanted to provide an attractive and eye catching paved area as part of the Overslade Lane Environment Improvement Works.
The owners of a new wine bar in Westbury, Wiltshire decided that the interior design should be both striking and a little unusual.
This extraordinary Victorian building has been completely refurbished and is now home to a new visitor centre for the Durlston Country Park and National Nature Reserve.
Students at Lady Manners' School have seen their ideas go from the drawing board to reality and have transformed a dull courtyard into an exciting area.
The Headland Hotel is a 4* Luxury Hotel on the North coast of Cornwall with views overlooking Fistral Bay. The Hotel has plans to gain its 5th star in the next year and hope to be able to offer a new level of luxury to its guests.
Conwy Castle stands on the north coast of Wales. It was built between 1283 and 1289 during King Edward I's second campaign in North Wales. Its ruins are spectacular and attract tourists from far and wide.
Canterbury University had received funds to invest in a multi-million pound development of their student accommodation which was to be completed before September 2012.
Butlins in Bognor Regis were looking to totally revamp their funfair area and with it create fun, flawless and durable paving areas throughout.
Amsterdam city council had previously used an epoxy resin tree pit system to surface all the tree pits in Rembrandt Square which proved to be unsuccessful
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