Our Resin Bound Round Up for December

Category: Project, Sureset Blog

Posted 8th January 2016 by Ben Shave


Welcome to 2016  

We were delighted to start our New Year as winners of Butlin’s Christmas jumper competition! Butlin’s conference and events team invited companies to tweet their Christmas Jumper Selfies using #MyChristmasTeam.

Residential installations
We installed a combination of turning and straight resin bound driveways in Cheltenham, Harpenden and Somerset. While our nationwide network of Approved Installers completed 15 installations ranging from residential driveways to Leopardstown Racecourse.

Housing developments

For the Lakewoods development in Tunbridge Wells, Kent we installed 339m² of resin bound pedestrian and vehicular access in Barley Beach for new shared ownership apartments.

We installed 1287m² of resin bound footpaths in Almond and Golden Pearl throughout Seabrooke Rise in Thurrock, Essex. The development is part of Council plans to increase the number of affordable new homes in the area.

In Greenwich, just a stone’s throw from the O2 is the Peninsula Riverside Development.  We installed 380m² of permeable resin bound pathways for plots M0114 & M0115 in the Southern Quarter.

Designed in Georgian style, to complement the surrounding area, Gleneagle Manor in Harpenden, Hertfordshire consists of 26 new luxury apartments built on the site of a former hotel. 383m² of permeable pathway now runs around and through the apartment blocks.


Commercial installations
We installed a Norwegian Pearl permeable pathway for the new Listers Land Rover dealership in Hereford.

Following our extensive installation at Cheltenham Racecourse we returned to install four column bases in Sterling Natural Aggregate. You can read the full case study here.  

In 2016 the National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket is moving from its existing location to the new National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art.  We installed a resin bound internal courtyard in Chocolate.

Built in 1828, and currently undergoing restoration we laid an accessible ramped pathway in Barley Beach at the entrance to St John on Bethnal Green Church.

Branding for the new Crescent development in Hinckley, Leicestershire is a brightly coloured stripe. This was recreated in a permeable feature pathway using Lemon Yellow, Bright Orange and Traffic Red from our Spectrum® range of recycled glass. You can read the full case study here.

In the beautiful Georgian city of nearby Bath we replaced a further three resin bound tree pits (originally installed by another company) in Brunel Square.

We installed a Winter Frost ramp and landing to the main entrance area of HMS Calliope in Tyneside; part of a £2.9m extension and refurbishment project.

At the new Live Works quayside scheme in Newcastle we laid a permeable access road in Norwegian Pearl for the Live Theatre. The design included 100mm and 200mm wide curved bands in Sterling and Golden Pearl.

Following a meeting at FutureScape in 2015, we laid a 53m² Norwegian Pearl paddock area for dogs living at Battersea Dog and Cats Home.  


School paving
Phase 3 completed our extensive resin bound pathway installation at St Ilan’s Comprehensive School in Caerphilly, while in Newham, East London we installed a permeable tree pit for Maryland Primary School and Children’s Centre.


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