Resin Bound Driveways
Made in the UK from natural aggregate, Bespoke Driveways will transform your domestic driveway, old or new. As well as layingBespoke Driveways on a new base, in many cases Bespoke Driveways can be laid over existing asphalt and concrete driveways which means a faster, quicker installation with less mess. More detailed information about suitable bases forBespoke Driveways.
Our permeable resin bound driveways combine stunning looks with a fully permeable, hardwearing, SuDS compliant surface that doesn’t need planning permission*.
An eye pleasing alternative to loose gravel, concrete, and brick, a Bespoke Driveways domestic resin driveway needs little maintenance and once installed will reward you with many years of outstanding performance.
We offer a wide range of colour and texture options, to either complement or contrast any adjacent surfaces. This huge selection allows for the creation of a truly unique resin driveway that will be the envy of your neighbours.
When installing a Resin Driveways resin bound driveway on top ofBespoke Driveways, our own fully permeable reinforced stable base, a fully SuDS compliant, environmentally friendly driveway is created.
The benefits of a Bespoke Driveways domestic driveway:
15 year guarantee
When installed by a Bespoke Driveways Approved Installer, your domestic driveway comes with an 15 year guarantee against loose stone; cracking; oil damage; UV degradation; colour change and frost damage; a guarantee for workmanship will be covered by your Bespoke Driveways Approved Installer.
No loose stone
Bespoke Driveways resin bound driveways deliver a beautifully smooth, accessible finish with no loose stone to migrate into other areas, making it foot friendly and ideal for adjoining lawn areas.
A Bespoke Driveways domestic driveway only needs periodic sweeping and occasional power washing to keep it looking as good as new. The technology of SureSet minimises weed growth and reduces puddles.
*Doesn’t require planning permission
2008 government legislation states that you do not need planning permission if the surface to be covered is less than five square metres or if the new surface is permeable.