Our Resin Bound Round Up for April

Category: Project, Sureset Blog

Posted 6th May 2016 by Ben Shave


Replacing the original 1960’s building, a new £8.8m bus station opened in Allhallows, Bedfordshire in 2015. As part of some ‘finishing touches’ to the project, we laid 30m² of resin bound paving in Bronze to the bin store.  

We installed a school logo for Eden Boys’ School, Birmingham in bespoke Boysenberry and Elephant Grey from our Spectrum® range of recycled glass. This is our second project for the Tauheedul Trust having previously installed a logo for Eden Girls’ School, Coventry in November 2015.  

The Mayor’s London’s Great Outdoors programme, to improve public spaces across London, provided an opportunity for funding via the Pocket Park scheme. After realising how much maintenance is involved with loose gravel, SureSet was specified to replace it and we laid 275m² of Barley Beach resin bound paving in Haringey’s new Pocket Park. Read the full case study.  

Haringey’s new Pocket Park | SureSet Resin Bound Paving

In Farnborough, we installed 215m² of Norwegian Pearl pathways and cycle racks for the newly built office development at Brennan House.  

At Hopscotch Pre-School in Ferndown, Dorset we laid a 52m² pathway in Barley Beach. The neutral buff colour was chosen for the footpath leading from both classrooms – the Rainbow Room and the Sunshine Room – to the play area on their own little nature reserve.  

SureSet 6mm Barley Beach

Residential installations included driveways in Kent, Shenley, Salisbury and Southampton and the final phase of the driveway and car lift installation at Gerrards Cross.  

Our Installation Team headed to France in April to lay 407m² of SureSet in Norwegian Pearl for a new Jaguar Land Rover showroom in Lyon.  

Jaguar Land Rover showroom in Lyon | SureSet Resin Bound

Being delivered by Bouygues Development and Londonewcastle the Queen’s Park Place, South Kilburn is a development of 144 apartments and ground floor retail unit. We installed 200m² of permeable resin bound paving in Sterling, Barley Beach and Norwegian Pearl outside the retail space into which Marks & Spencer are moving into in November.  

Contracted by CVU SureSet was specified for 1407m² for the public realm area at the Oval Triangle in Norwegian Pearl.  

Catch up with our new case studies:  

Perfect pocket park paving for Haringey Council.

Permeable pedestrian paving for Oakwood House.

SureSet solution for Seabrooke Rise.  

Browse through April’s Blogs:  

Why choose resin bound paving?

Celebrating Tim Peake with 12 SureSet space snippets.

Homebuilding & Renovating Show.

What’s Dan doing?