Tag Archives: Hard Landscaping

Tobermore goes live with £10Million factory

2. Tobermore team run initial tests on new machinery with German Engineers

Paving and walling manufacturer Tobermore has opened its new state-of-the-art production facility. The £10million factory is part of a £30million investment to fulfil ambitious growth plans and means the company can ramp up production in response to a surge in market demand for their hard landscaping products. The opening of …

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Charcon Win Contract to Supply Cycle Kerb in Poole

Poole Townside Access Visualisation with permission from Borough of Poole

Charcon Hard Landscaping, a division of Aggregate Industries, has been awarded the contract to supply the Borough of Poole, and it’s Townside Access Scheme, with its innovative Cycle Kerb. The Townside Access scheme is part of the £23.3million Access to Poole Port and Regeneration Area Programme that the council is …

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Charcon Win Contract for Eston Town Square Regeneration 

Eston War Memorial Digital Design Image

Charcon Hard Landscaping, a division of Aggregate Industries, has been awarded the contract to supply Redcar and Cleveland Council with materials to implement TGP Landscape Architects’ competition-winning design for the regeneration of Eston Town Square, North Yorkshire. The palette of high-quality natural stone granite and concrete paving materials follows the …

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Scott Parnell appoints MD of new hard landscaping division

Ian Griggs

Scott Parnell has appointed Ian Griggs as Managing Director of its new hard landscaping division. Hard landscaping is a recently launched venture for the company, which was established in 2006 by Dave Scott and Steve Parnell. The company has already forged a name for itself in the civils, drainage, utilities, …

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Hard Landscaping Shapes Battle of Britain Bunker

Battle of Britain

Charcon, the commercial hard landscaping division of Aggregate Industries, has supported the development of a popular visitor attraction, helping to shape the new Battle of Britain exhibition and visitor centre in Hillingdon, Greater London. The project, which was part of a £6 million investment in the borough’s heritage, saw a …

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