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Carr Lane in the rural village of Hambleton is a new £2.1 million development from Regenda Homes designed to accommodate the elderly population in the area. The pristine new homes have been constructed by MCI Developments with Tobermore’s smooth King
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Tobermore have recently supplied a large quantity of Kingston facing brick in the vibrant blended tones of Moorland for a stunning new Persimmon Homes project in the charming market town of Epsom in Surrey, which has been named Copthorne Place.
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Harbour Green is a landmark development situated on the seafront at the famous Portobello Promenade, located close to Edinburgh city centre. Created by MNM Developments, the 55 stylish apartments have been complimented beautifully with the installati
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Persimmon Homes, one of the UK's leading house builders, have recently developed a stunning new housing project, Martello Park, located in Pembroke, South Wales. Constructed with nostalgic Country Stone walling products from Tobermore, the homes evok

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Aaron Brownlee replied to Greg Francis's discussion Etesia 2019/2020 pro46 phts3
"Hi everyone newbie on here. Was searching online and I found this thread. I got the pro 46 out on demo there and ended up ordering 4 of them. Good bit of kit. The only thing I didnt like was the speed of the mower its painfully slow. So decided to…"
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Jonathan Davidson replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"Yes I saw this on Twitter earlier and made me think, whilst stood on a sodden riverbank and soft lawn (I soon packed up and went home) I recall hearing something on the radio years ago about what sized area was being turned over to parking and…"
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Ian Harvey replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"Next door to one of my customers replaced their whole back garden grass with fake grass last year. The whole garden is on a slope down to the house. Guess what happened one particular heavy rain storm afterwards- yes - all around the rear of the…"
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Taken at face value, this shows the effect landscaping choices can have on neighbours, our street-scene, and the environment? 
Multiply this by hundreds and perhaps it partly explains localised flooding? 
 
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joan bowler replied to Karsten Tomkins's discussion Garden Design on a Steep Slope
"I have my own little garden now where I grow a lot of different plants. I also did courses for gardeners at the beginning where I learned a lot of useful things."
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Leaf collection was once a three-man job but is now a one-man job according to Mark Jaques, deputy head greenkeeper at Gillingham Golf Club – thanks to the SISIS Litamina 1200.Gillingham Golf Club has been situated in Medway, Kent for well over a…
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Honey Badger replied to Stuart white's discussion Quick books or other digital accounts.
"Mines a partnership with the wife. It was £350 12 years ago."
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Tim Wallach replied to Stuart white's discussion Quick books or other digital accounts.
"Thanks Gary
'Making Tax Digital' being extended to those below the VAT threshold in April 2022.
This deadline is not that far away...
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Tony @SM replied to Mike Strange's discussion Artificial lawn instillation
"Another vote for real grass, here!  I'm sure the quality of artificial lawns will get better but right now they age quickly. As said upthread, they need constant attention. Of course, the real thing I dislike about them is they are artificial,…"
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Gary RK replied to Stuart white's discussion Quick books or other digital accounts.
"Without knowing your full circumstances, I'd still hazard a guess that is on the very high side for a sole trader / self employed person.
A good small business specialist accountant should be your 'best friend' if you want to minimise tax liability…"
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Mike Strange replied to Mike Strange's discussion Artificial lawn instillation
"Noted"
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