Concrete Block Paving - ReadyPave®

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Concrete Block Paving

ReadyRoad 60 & ReadyDrive 50

With its sleek smooth finish and an array of colours to choose from you can create your conventional driveway. And to add your own personal twist that will really show off your new driveway, finish off your project with edging in a contrasting colour.


ReadyFlow™ 80

With it’s unique shape, the ReadyFlow™ 80 will add a refined dimension to your project and being available in three distinct colours you can be sure this paver will enhance your property.



With its beautiful rustic appearance, this distinguished sett can make any garden feel like home.



Undulating sleek lines make it perfect for driveways and gardens adding a sense of style and class. By using one or all three sizes and the subtle colours of the Barbican sett you can create a paving solution to suit either contemporary or traditional settings.


Chelsea ReadyFlow™

With it’s specially designed spacing profile the Chelsea ReadyFlowTM 60 allows full control of any surface water to be channeled away into the subgrade or a drainage system whilst maintaining the integrity of the structure.



All outside areas can benefit from the beauty and durability of our Lothian Setts. This modern paver has the visual characteristics of a stone sett with a weathered appearance but stays up to date - like many a fashionable item of yesteryear that makes a return in the modern day just with the aid of a slight tweak ensuring its fit and hip for the 21st century.



Kerbs can be laid in three different profiles: 1 High Splay 2 Bullnose 3 Low Splay Lothian colours: Autumn Hue, Burnt Ember,Charcoal, Red and Wheatmeal. LHB colours: Autumn Hue, Burnt Ember,Charcoal, Natural and Red.


Barbican ReadyFlow™

Like all of our permeable products, Barbican ReadyFlow™ 60 has been specifically designed to be an effective eco-solution to minimise the risk of flooding in periods of heavy rainfall. The design functions by dispersing surface water into either a SUDS (Sustainable Urban Drainage System) or into the subgrade which increases water distribution to local vegetation and reduces the amount of rainfall passed into the sewers.