Plaspave Concrete Block Paving Brindle 50mm - per m2

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Plaspave Concrete Block Paving Brindle 50mm - per m2Plaspave Concrete Block Paving Brindle 50mm - per m2Plaspave Concrete Block Paving Brindle 50mm - per m2
Plaspave Concrete Block Paving Brindle 50mm - per m2
Plaspave Concrete Block Paving Brindle 50mm - per m2
PLASPAVE 50 rectangular concrete block paving has appeal, versatility and affordability. Suitable for driveway and paths with lighter load-bearing demands. Easy to lay in a variety of patterns. Plaspave Brindle block paving comes in an attractive traditional brick red, designed to upgrade and complement any property.

£24.35

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Plaspave Concrete Block Paving Brindle 50mm - per m2

  • Concrete Block Paving
  • Sold per metre
  • Colour: Brindle
  • Size: 200mm x 100mm x 50mm
  • Economical choice
  • Fast and easy to lay
  • Renowned durability
  • Versatile laying patterns


Frequently Asked Questions

What sand for block paving?
Sharp sand is an ideal base to lay block paving on.

How many block paving blocks per m2?
Based on a block measurement of 200 x 100mm, there is 50 blocks per square metre.

Is block paving permeable?
Block paving can be either permeable or non-permeable, depending on the manufacturer. It's best to check with the supplier for the specific product's characteristics.
Our Plasmor Plaspave 50 Concrete Block Paving is a non-permeable block paving.

How to get rid of moss from a driveway?
For brick driveways and block paving moss, start by manually removing as much moss on the surface as possible. Then, mix equal parts water with vinegar, and pour into a bottle with a spraying nozzle.

Spray the solution directly onto the driveway and let it sit for 20 minutes before washing off with water. Wait a few hours for the moss to die and lift the dead moss away with a scrubbing brush.

Do I need planning permission for a driveway?
General rule of thumb is any new driveway, or installations replacing any existing driveway, planning permission is not required if you intend to use permeable or porous materials. For areas over 5m2 and materials used are not permeable, then planning permission would be required. These general rules apply to the front garden area only of private property.

Where complex or additional construction is required, for instance a wall, fence, or creating new access to public areas, it would be best to check with your local council authority.

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