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Supreme Concrete tackles SUDS (Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems)

Since October 2008 the permitted development rights that allow householders to pave their front garden with hardstanding without planning permission has changed. If the surface to be covered is more than five square meters, planning permission will be required for laying traditional, impermeable driveways. Applying for planning permission will require you to fill in an application form, draw scale plans, pay a fee and wait for a decision to be made. You will not need planning permission if a new or replacement driveway of any size uses permeable (or porous) surfacing, such as Supreme Concrete’s Perma-Bloc or Tuff Turf.
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Copings Cope with the Weather

Supreme Concrete’s extensive range of concrete copings continued to work hard to direct rainwater away from brickwork through the wettest January since records began. Whether they are once or twice weathered the quality concrete products ensure rainwater does not damage the brickwork.
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Supreme range explained

Selection and specification of high quality concrete building products is now quicker and easier with the latest edition of Supreme Concrete’s product guide.
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CE Marking

New regulations mean that from 1st July 2013 it is mandatory for manufacturers of construction products to provide a Declaration of Performance with any product which falls under the scope of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR) – and for those products to be CE marked.
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