Accordia is a substantial, award winning housing project on the edge of central Cambridge. Its importance lies in its demonstration that it is possible for a volume house-builder to support high quality architecture and urban design.

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Oxfordshire County Council has taken a positive and pragmatic approach to adopting streets and other areas using concrete block permeable paving for some 15 years.

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The Lamb Drove SuDS Monitoring project in Cambourne demonstrates that SuDS work and should cost less. It also highlights the robust performance of concrete block permeable paving.

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This case study – updated with 2012 site visits – looks at how precast concrete paving, including permeable paving, forms an important part of the hard landscaping palette of a major multi-disciplinary practice involved with a diversity of projects.

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With the recent 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.

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