Terrabase Rustic rural pathways in Staffordshire

Baldwins Gate Nature Reserve

Resin bound no-dig paths for Baldwins Gate Nature Reserve

When it came to replacing the existing self binding gravel pathways at a nature reserve in a residential development in Staffordshire, the Residents Committee had been considering options to create new pathways in keeping with the rural environment yet practical for all year round visitor access.

Members of the Committee had visited the Addagrip stand at Grand Designs in October 2014 and seen the featured Terrabase Rustic resin bound porous path. They liked the rustic appearance of the product and were interested to learn that installation could be achieved using the existing hoggin surface without the need for an asphalt or concrete base, with minimal digging and without the use of heavy machinery.

The 200sqm Terrabase Rustic Gold area was installed over a 2 day period in November 2014 resulting in a natural rustic looking pathway which provides excellent drainage through the surface and directly into the sub base.

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Baldwins Gate Residents Committee