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Tobermore have supplied a variety of products for Westpoint Homes development, Thorngrove Park. The project consists of 25 properties, ranging from affordable homes to large period-themed detached houses and luxury apartments, offering an authentic b
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Potato Wharf is an eco-conscious development in Castlefield, Manchester, from Crosby Lend Lease. Tobermore’s Hydropave Tegula permeable paving in the unique, blended colours of Bracken, Heather and Cedar are featured on the grounds.
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Peel Park Quarter is a new, state of the art student accommodation complex at the University of Salford. The £81 million project was managed by Graham Construction and has been referred to as one of Europe’s largest single phase student accommodation
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Red Burn Farm is a branch of the UK’s popular Farmhouse Inn restaurant and bar chain, located in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire. The new outlet has been adorned with a unique landscape design consisting of a combination of Tobermore’s world class paving
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Westpoint Homes development, West Mill in Edinburgh, has been named 'Apartment Development of the Year' and ‘Best Show Home.’ Westpoint Homes have additionally secured the title of 'Developer of the Year' at the 2015 Glasgow Property Herald Awards du
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Glasgow's newest and largest hospital has been named the ‘Queen Elizabeth University Hospital’ after Her Majesty the Queen officially opened the record-breaking facility in July 2015. A fabulous expanse of Tobermore’s permeable Hydropave Sienna Duo a

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Royal Swiss Apartments, produced by Anglo Swiss, consist of an exclusive collection of fourteen one and three bedroom lavish apartments which have recently been constructed in beautiful, suburban Barnes in London. Tobermore have supplied a selection

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How to stablelise your gravel driveways

SUDs legislation has lead to a increase in options for permeable paving when taking up your garden to add extra parking spaces or make it maintenace free.
Block paving -laid on a screed of gritsand is many peoples favourite method-but the sand washes

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Open forum activity

Dave Colton replied to Nigel Rawlins's discussion Laurel & Quince infection
"Yep I would go with shothole or eupropolella, it can be combatted with with a systematic fungicide before it gets too much of a hold."
16 minutes ago
Graham Taylor replied to Peter sellers's discussion Masport mower
"I've used Masport Rotorolas for some 20 years......I've only experience with the older models with the side PTO from the engine.   These were brilliant.... reliable, cuts well and good collection in the wet.   New Rotorolas are different with…"
31 minutes ago
Ricky Watkins replied to Tony @SM's discussion Laurel. Half plant has died back.
"I have a 14ft Laurel as a back fence between us and the neighbour at rear. The Laurel had a big hole in the middle which was not great privacy for either of us. i bought 3 baby laurels (1 foot) let them settle in to cover the hole. Well they were…"
43 minutes ago
Ben Carter replied to Ben Carter's discussion Husqvarna Brush cutters
"Dealer is very close, like 1 mile away. That said I've never had a problem with my Stihl one so make just stick to what I know.  "
52 minutes ago
Andy Pullin replied to Ben Carter's discussion Husqvarna Brush cutters
"Moving from Stihl to Husky because...?"
1 hour ago
Kevin Bradnick replied to Nigel Rawlins's discussion Laurel & Quince infection
"Hi Nigel,  I've just come across this too, in Kingswood. Only certain plants affected though. Looked like it had a powedery mildew and this 'shothole' like described on RHS website"
5 hours ago
Tony @SM replied to Tony @SM's discussion Laurel. Half plant has died back.
"If anyone is interested (I prefer to think no one had the answers!), I've recently had a better look at this. One noticable thing is that the neighbour has laid a concrete base and sited an outbuilding. I'm thinking now that he may have damaged the…"
5 hours ago
Tim Haywood replied to William Green's discussion Mower fuel charge !!!
"1.27 a litre this time last year, 1.90 now
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6 hours ago
Tony @SM replied to Alan Neath's discussion Buddleja ( Buddlia ) Super plant of the future ?
"They also have good years when in full colour, and bad years when the flowers don't last at all. It really is a miracle how they grow almost anywhere and appear to require so little nourishment. Personally, I'm not a fan. I associate them with…"
7 hours ago
Alan Neath posted a discussion
Please forgive me for what maybe an obsession, but I have always been fascinated and in awe of the prolific Buddleja ( Buddlia ) bushes / trees that I have a skill for noticing, where they grow in the most inhospitable and bizarre locations, railway…
8 hours ago
Ben Carter replied to Ben Carter's discussion Husqvarna Brush cutters
"Haven't looked at weights yet.  I will compare it with mine.  "
11 hours ago
Mark Hampton replied to Ben Carter's discussion Husqvarna Brush cutters
"I bought the 545RXT last year to replace the 525.
Cant fault the performance. I use 3.3mm cable for most work with it. It sliced straight through a hose pipe one morning with no effort. Only down side is its weight. "
13 hours ago
Dougie replied to Dougie's discussion Cordless lawnmower
"I was looking at the 500s to go with rma448 hopefully it get goog run time with that battery keep me update with the runti e with the 500s your right about the mega price for them i hope there worth it"
13 hours ago
Mjc replied to Buster Gibbons's discussion Grass hardly growing
"Hi, getting dry here in Notts, most of my lawns are fortnightly so I'm cutting as normal. Using my mulcher where I can to try and give the grass a bit of goodness. I don't feel guilty about the mowing jobs being quicker when it's very dry as I mow…"
14 hours ago
Buster Gibbons replied to Buster Gibbons's discussion Grass hardly growing
"Thanks Vic, great post.  I saw on another thread you've been at it since the 80's - congrats on a long career.  "
23 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to William Green's discussion Mower fuel charge !!!
"No, I never use a hand mower in a Churchyard or cemetery. My ride on machines will fit through and manoeuvre around everything. Nearly all my work is ride on. I only have three hand mowing jobs, all very small domestic lawns.
[If I never saw a hand…"
23 hours ago
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Masport mower

Still looking for that elusive relatively light, manoeuvrable roller mower, hence previous post Hayter versus Honda.Looking at the 18inch Masport rotorola at 43kg, comes with a choice of Briggs, loncin or Honda engine at differing prices.Anyone got…

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