Canning Town Roundabout & Tube Station
Canning Town Roundabout, also known the A13 improvement works, this project saw the planting of 11 Super mature 70cms dbh London Planes and 5 Scots Pine.
A mix of smaller Birch and Pine trees were planted along with 20,000 herbaceous perennials, grasses and evergreen shrubs. The planted areas were mulched using 5-10mm aggregate.
We also installed over 2000sq metres of resin bound gravel materials across the site using Addagrip’s 'Natural Beach' and 'Trent'.
Laying resin bound surfacing at Canning Town Roundabout.
Resin Bound Gravel at Canning Town Roundabout.
Echinacea planted at Canning Town Roundabout.
Resin Bound Gravel surfacing and mixed planting at Canning Town Roundabout.
Semi Mature Planes planted at Canning Town Roundabout.
Semi Mature Pines with herbaceous planting at Canning Town Tube Station.
Apple trees on Amelia St
This project saw the planting of apple trees on Amelia St using an underground 3D Permavoid Tree Root cellular protection system.
Permavoid Tree Root protection system placed as a raft to form the formation layer below surfacing.
Apple trees on Amelia St with underground 3D cellular system.
The Permavoid Tree Root protection system is placed as a raft to form the formation layer below concrete paving, gravel/grass grid, or asphalt surfacing. The Permavoid layer itself is not filled with aggregate and it is not the surfacing layer rather it forms part of the sub base supporting the chosen surfacing.
The benefits of this system are:
- A less compacted tree soil.
- A path for the tree roots to grow deeper.
- A three dimensioned raft that will take the pressure from above. The Permavoid structure is an interlocked raft that provides the ideal sub-base replacement layer for the pavement.
- A second ground level that will give high aeration levels.
- An air void just under the pavement that creates a root barrier.
- The open nature of the system also guarantees a balanced water/moisture content/environment.
Seasoned oak for creating planters at Tottenham Hale.
Bespoke planters constructed from seasoned oak at Tottenham Hale.