NatraTex Sets the Scene at Leybourne Chase
NatraTex Cotswold was supplied to Hawley Drive in Leybourne Chase, West Malling. Here it was used to surface access roads within the new Taylor Wimpey development, being only a short commute to London via train or car and with close links to the M20 and M26.
NatraTex isn’t just one product, it’s a range of specifically designed surface courses to suit your scheme.
The existing surface was planed off and replaced with NatraTex Cotswold, leaving an aesthetically pleasing finish to the new development. As well as being pleasing to the eye NatraTex offers significant programme savings when compared to other aesthetic installations.
NatraTex Cotswold lends its name from the Cotswold aggregate used to create it. Little pigment is added to the mix specification so that the natural colour can shine through. Due to this NatraTex Cotswold ages beautifully, as the natural aggregate becomes progressively more exposed as it’s weathered.
NatraTex is durable, colourful and versatile and can be used on either roads, footpaths, cycleways or bus lanes.
Sharing very similar characteristics to that of a conventional macadam. It’s laid at the same depth and on the same sublayers (base and binder course).
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