Parkside Civic Centre, Bromsgrove

Parkside Civic Centre Case Study

Concrete block and flag permeable paving define this multifunctional SuDS scheme that celebrates water, with flow control chambers to ensure full infiltration potential. This project is included in Innovations with SuDS Hard Landscape available here.

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Bewdley School, Worcestershire

Bewdley School Case Study

Around this new school, standard precast concrete units form rills handling rainwater from conventional concrete block paving and roofs – some via animated water features. An integral part of the landscape design, some rills are planted and feed rain-gardens and other SuDS features. This project is included in Innovations with SuDS Hard Landscape available here.

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Hazeley Academy, Milton Keynes

Hazeley Academy Case Study

Designed by Robert Bray Associates, a comprehensive SuDS scheme serving this purpose-built school optimises concrete block permeable paving. Designed in terraced compartments with flow control, the permeable paving supplies a steady flow of clean water to ponds, demonstrably enhancing wildlife habitats. A new case study is available here.

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Abode, Cambridge

Abode Case Study

Concrete block permeable paving is used extensively as part of the SuDS scheme at the new Abode housing south of Cambridge. Architects Proctor & Matthews’ design was the Winner of the Housing Design Awards 2014. An Interpave case study is available here.

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Seven Acres, Cambridge

Seven Acres Case Study

Seven Acres is a new community of Scandinavian-style, energy efficient homes in Trumpington, 15 minutes from Cambridge city centre on the new, guided bus system. The project is defined by a central village green and, as with the other new developments in the area, it makes extensive use of precast concrete paving – including permeable.…

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Trumpington Meadows, Cambridge

Trumpington Meadows Case Study

Located 2 miles from the city centre, Trumpington Meadows will become one of the key residential developments in the Cambridge area, delivering 1200 new homes towards the city’s future growth. Precast concrete paving is already playing a key role in helping to define local character in the early phases. An Interpave case study is available here.

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Great Kneighton, Cambridge

Great Kneighton Case Study

Novo is the gateway and first stage in the development of Great Kneighton which over the coming years will bring new homes, schools, shops, offices, a community and health centre, library and central transport hub to south Cambridge. It makes extensive use of concrete block – including permeable – paving. An Interpave case study is…

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Greendykes North, Edinburgh

Greendykes North Case Study

This important regeneration project in Edinburgh shows how shared space brings together all street users, including drivers, as part of the social world. The deliberate integration of traffic with other social activities reduces speeds and improves the relationship between pedestrians, cyclists and traffic. Precast concrete paving plays a key role – used to define areas…

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Great Western Park, Didcot

Great Western Park Case Study

Great Western Park is being developed on 160 Ha of essentially greenfield land to the immediate west of Didcot. Once complete, it will increase the urban area of Didcot by around 20%, eventually providing 3,300 new homes and related facilities. The use of concrete block permeable paving is an essential part of an integrated sustainable…

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Brownfield Estate, London

With the completion of public realm regeneration at the east London Brownfield Estate, Interpave has substantially updated its case study on this exemplary project. Brownfield includes modernist architect Ernö Goldfinger’s listed, ‘brutalist’ concrete high-rise blocks – including Balfron Tower – from the late 60’s and early ’70s. An Interpave case study is available here.

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