Everyone benefits from an accessible pathway or ramp.   

Not only does this – quite rightly – open an area up to everyone, it addresses everyday practical issues, from pushchairs and prams, children’s garden toys and moving garden furniture around to the job we all hate…putting the wheelie bin out!   

The inclusion of ramps and accessible pathways, into landscape/garden designs, is becoming increasingly popular – which we believe can only be a good thing!   

A resin bound ramp delivers the following benefits:  

  • There’s no loose stone
  • It’s not slippery when wet
  • There is no rutting or cracking
  • It’s beautifully smooth
  • Easy to maintain – no weeding
  • It’s easy for ice to disperse
  • There are no puddles
  • It is a firm, stable, durable, surface  

We strongly recommend checking current Building Regulations for the most up to date legal requirements.   

Here are some resin bound projects that included accessibility in the design specification:  

Kennet Island in Reading.  

Pentire Point, Newquay.  

Kent & Sussex Crematorium & Cemetery, Royal Tunbridge Wells.  

We also have a Blog about making gardens accessible that you may find useful.