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    Addastone access roads for prestige housing development in Buckinghamshire

    Contractor Total Protection (GB) Ltd

    Addastone 1-3mm Autumn Gold

    Addagrip approved contractor Total Protection (GB) Ltd has recently completed Phase 2 of a residential housing scheme in Milton Keynes.

    This Crest Nicholson Regeneration project at Ouzel Island consists of a collection of eighteen highly exclusive 4 & 5 bedroom detached homes. Soft earthy coloured bricks, large glass windows and slate roofs give the buildings their distinct character and it was essential that the access roads to the houses reflected the high standard of the design and build.

    With an aim to ensure that the new estate would harmonise perfectly with the area’s rural surroundings, Crest Nicholson were looking for a decorative surfacing using a natural aggregate for the private roads that resembled a rural loose gravel surface but was hard wearing and low maintenance. 

    Addagrip approved contractor Total Protection (GB) Ltd were appointed to install 1025sqm of Addastone resin bonded system with a 1-3mm Autumn Gold aggregate.  To minimise disruption the surfacing was installed over 6 non-consecutive days to ensure house owners retained access to the estate.  

    Addastone gives the appearance of loose aggregate without the maintenance issues of loose stone and is a decorative option for asphalt surfacing, giving private access roads to this estate a natural, rural feel.

    Installation completed April 2016