Decorative resin bound paving design for luxury apartments in Kent

Tubs Hill Courtyard

Resin bound courtyard surfacing for luxury development in Kent

Addagrip approved contractor Total Protection GB Ltd was appointed by the Kingston Landscape Group to carry out an intricate circular surfacing design for the courtyard of an £11 million residential development in Sevenoaks, Kent.

Tubs Hill House, a Prime Place development of a former office block into luxury apartments, required a high quality, decorative surfacing feature for the split level courtyard gardens, built above an existing concrete slab car park. The circular design required two contrasting colours of BBA approved Addaset Resin Bound porous surfacing created with the help of a formable edge for both the courtyard and podium area.

Surfacing requirement

The surface needed to be decorative and hard wearing to offer a durable high quality finish for the luxury apartment development.  BBA approved resin bound porous surfacing was selected. A total of area of 111m2 of Addaset was installed using 3mm Lucerne Silver and 3mm Dorset Gold blends to provide a low maintenance pedestrian surface with good slip resistance for this eye catching organic design. The aluminium flexible edging strips were used to create the circular design and form a solid divide between the two resin bound colours used for this pattern.

Project testimonial

The Kingston Landscape Group were delighted with the finished result:
“We are over the moon with the surfacing. Nice design executed perfectly by Total Protection Ltd. They do a really good job. There’s never anything to complain about with Addagrip, and our clients always love the result.”
(Simon Whitlock, Senior Contracts Manager, Kingston Landscape Group)

Systems Used:


Kingston Landscape Group for Buxton


Robert Myers Associates