TDP now offer a one-stop solution for hardstanding areas of more than 5sq m, which require the use of a porus surface if planning consent is to be avoided.
The company is now UK distributor for Netlon Turfguard, an extruded polyethylene mesh, which is ideal for grass parking areas as it protects and reinforces grass and turf. Using Netlon Turguard provides a porous hardwearing parking surface which avoids the need to apply for planning consent, as turfed areas are not classed as hardstanding.
In addition to offering an alternative to traditional hardstanding areas, Netlon Turfguard has a wide range of uses and is particularly suitable for parkland and areas of natural beauty, grass verges, caravan sites, occasional-use roads, car parks and access routes for light vehicles, taxiways for light aircraft, pedestrian and wheelchair access routes and golf buggy paths.
Supplied in a 2m x 30m roll, it is easy to install and can be laid on existing or newly grassed areas and used as part of a Sustainable Drainage System (SUDS). Full technical back up is available from TDP.
For those projects incorporating a driveway or patio which will require planning consent, there’s the DuPont™ Ground Grid, a flexible geotextile grid, which is suitable for use with aggregate, stone, gravel or turf.
The three-dimensional grid provides a stable surface for areas used by pedestrians and traffic and is also an effective drainage solution. The loose infill material, and the porosity value of the geotextile walls allow water penetration both vertically and horizontally, making DuPont™ Ground Grid the ideal choice for Sustainable Drainage Systems (SUDS).