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Water – in the city with SuDS

Planning with Paving

Concrete Block Permeable Paving

  • • Reducing, attenuating and treating runoff near the surface
    • Direct infiltration or conveyance to the management train
    • Multi-functional SuDS meeting current guidelines
    • Established technology with proven performance
    • No additional land-take and lower whole-life costs
    • Safe, level, puddle-free, shared surfaces for all

A gradual supply of clean water for landscape design, biodiversity and harvesting

New Government requirements for SuDS on developments in England came into force on 6th April 2015 and are being implemented through the planning system. More>>

 

Adobe AcrobatSuDS + Permeable Paving Today
The very latest developments in SuDS law, standards and permeable paving

 

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Selected Case Studies
Adobe AcrobatHazeley Academy Milton Keynes – exploring the successful use of concrete block permeable paving at a state-of-the-art secondary school and its benefits for wildlife

Adobe AcrobatCambridge Southern Fringe – award winning design where precast concrete paving helps to define the character of each area

Adobe AcrobatSt George’s Primary School Kidderminster – a holistic approach to SuDS design with permeable paving and considered detailing

Adobe AcrobatAdoption in Oxfordshire – over 15 years experience of concrete block permeable paving is use throughout the county

Adobe AcrobatSuDS in Cambridgeshire – a monitored project comparing costs and performance of SuDS and permeable paving

Adobe AcrobatRobert Bray Associates – exemplary SuDS projects where permeable paving supplies water for ecology, amenity, landscape design and harvesting

 

 

Adobe AcrobatMaintenance of Concrete Block Permeable Paving
Current guidance from Interpave



Consultation Responses
Interpave’s engagement with government over SuDS