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Sewerby Hall Footways

  • Client: East Riding of Yorkshire Council
  • Location: Sewerby Hall & Gardens, Sewerby, Bridlington
  • Value: £224,000
  • Period: June 2022 – July 2022


Resurfacing of existing footways and paved areas around Sewerby Hall grounds and gardens with resin bound gravel and reconstruction/widenings of 110m long footway between the bandstand and land train ticket office.

The Sewerby Hall stately home is open to the public all year round with surrounding grounds, gardens, café & zoo.


  • Preparation to existing surface, thorough cleaning by the use of powerful jet washer to remove loose material and organic material
  • Localised repairs carried out via regulating undulations in resin bound mixes
  • Adjusting & renewal of existing service box covers and frames to suit new footpath levels
  • Fixing of aluminium L-shaped edges around the footpath perimeter to retain the new overlaid surfacing
  • Drilling of 25mm diameter holes 150mm deep in a 2m grid pattern, backfilled with pea gravel for drainage purposes, prior to application of new surfacing
  • Installation of fibreglass membrane over existing surfacing prior to new resin for structural purposes
  • Install resin bound gravel surfacing 20mm – 25mm thick
  • Reconstruction of existing footpath from land train ticket office to bandstand, comprising 100mm granular sub-base, 50mm binder course & new resin surfacing, retained with new steel edgings
  • Additional works to the contract comprised the renewal of children’s rubber play area

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