Two high profile projects in Guernsey have used Formpave’s permeable paving and Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS) to help meet the island’s high pollution control and surface water requirements.
A development of new homes in and around a converted 18th Century mill building in Worcestershire is using Formpave’s Aquaflow sustainable urban drainage system (SuDS).
A range of Formpave’s block and permeable paving from Forterra has been specified by David Wilson Homes for its new £350 million development, The Racecourse Newbury.
Over 1,000m2 of Formpave’s EcoGranite Aquasett paving has been used by the National Trust at its historic Stourhead estate to alleviate the risk of flooding in the large visitor reception area.
Formpave has supplied Severn Trent Water with a sustainable urban drainage system for the car parking and pedestrian zones of its offices in Shrewsbury, Shropshire. The 2,000m2 car park uses EcoGranite Aquasett.
Sainsbury’s 1,000th store in Irvine, Scotland, has used almost 7,000m2 of Formpave’s sustainable urban drainage system (SUDS), Aquaflow, to create parking facilities at its main store and at its petrol station.
A Barratt Homes development of 131 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments in Bristol has used 800m2 of Formpave’s sustainable urban drainage system (SUDS), Aquaflow, to reduce to risk of local flooding.
Formpave’s Aquaflow sustainable urban drainage system has been used to pave the driveway of a ground-breaking Code Level 6 ecohouse in Burbage, Leicestershire.
Four different Formpave products have been used to complement the historic Kingston Mills site in the heart of Bradford on Avon and help to replace the dominance of the traditional highway design.
Formpave has supplied its Aquaflow permeable paving sustainable urban drainage system to a cutting edge zero carbon housing development near Bristol.