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Members competition:
'Job of the Month'

The members of Interlay are always producing fine, quality works and this is our way of recognising them.

Job of the Month Winner
Marshall K Paving

This competition will now cover both our Domestic and Commercial installers, awarding two companies each month. All entries will feature in the design galleries to display a collection of works. These will now be split between Home & Garden and Commercial Projects.

All previous winners of 'Job of the Month' can be found here too, so why not stop by to get inspiration for your design or use it to select your next installer?

At this time, we ask that all members send in their 'before' and 'after' photo's to be in with a chance to win this month. For more information please contact the Interlay team via info@interlay.org.uk.


Home Owners

For tips on what to expect when arranging to have your patio or driveway installed, check out our Home Owners page.

Current Members

All of Interlay's current Members can be found on the Members List. For further information about how they became Members, follow this link or contact the Interlay office on 0116 2229840 or via email: info@interlay.org.uk.



Copycat Trader

It has been brought to Interlay's attention that Hanson Formpave, a reputable concrete products specialist, as been linked with a knock-off company working under the name of Formpave Ltd.

They have asked that everyone in the industry be made aware of this fact, along with all members of the public who may be interested in doing business with them. For further information, please visit the Builders Merchants News website.


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New Training Resource News - November 2013

We have launched a new website where Interlay and the National Highway Sector Scheme NHSS 30, with support from the Construction Industry Training Board - the CITB, have come together to promote training within the modular paving installation industry... Visit the new Hub


The Interlay Wesbite is currently being redesigned and will will re-launched shortly, keep coming back for updates! Job of the month to return soon!


 

New rules for paving around the home
Is your Drive Legal?

Changes to planning law for England aim to curb the paving-over offront gardens with impermeable surfaces to make drives and car parkingareas. Similar measures also now apply in Scotland.When it comes to selling your home, the buyer’ssolicitor will want to make sure that you have met these rules, otherwise this could be a problem for the buyer in future.

Interpave has published a new version of its popular guide:‘Paving for Rain: responsible rainwater management around the home – guidance for householders’.

The first part of the guide explains the rules and how you can make themost of concrete block and flag paving around your home to satisfy them, and still create a beautiful garden using the latest permeable paving products and other techniques.Then, the second part of the guide gives straight forward design and construction guidance for home-owners, designers and contractors.

This document, and many more, can be downloaded for free from the Interpave website.

Just click here or on the image for a short cut to this document.


Why not share the information
with your friends and neighbours to ensure that everyone has been made aware of these regulations.

If you would like any advice, please contact the Interlay office.

 


 

Thinking about making changes to your property? Got a paving installer in mind? Don't make the mistake of not checking their credentials first...

Interlay is the only independent association of paving contractors dedicated to promoting and maintaining the highest professional standards.

When you're considering the transformation of your driveway or patio, be sure to do some research before signing on the dotted line.

Too many people all over the country are being misled by contractors who make promises but then fail to deliver them. Our advice to you is to check their credentials (i.e. membership to authentic regulatory bodies or Trade Associations, such as Interlay, Checkatrade, etc) and if in doubt, contact those organisations for further information.

A member of Interlay will be able to provide you with their up-to-date Membership Certificate and examples of their previous works. Individual companies may even provide details of addresses they have worked on so you can see the finished job first hand.

In accordance with the Interlay Code of Practice, our Members will supply you with a fully itemised written quote and a contract. These pieces of documentation will provide support to both you and the contractor should an issue arise.

Why not take a look around our site to find out more. We have a section of Frequently Asked Questions and a page of Useful Links. If you just need help with finding a reputatable paving installer then why not check out our Members List and the Find a Layer search facility?


 

A reminder - Interlay are a Trade Association established for the benefit of members and the public. We do not quote for work directly and have no members called 'Interlay'. If someone calls saying they are from Interlay and want to quote for your drive, they are not part of Interlay and have no association with us.

 

       

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