Residential Driveways

Residential Driveways

At L Miles, we  create beautifully designed driveways that showcase your home. Working with resin bound drivays, tarmac or block paving, we do it all. Call us today!

Paths, Patios, & Walkways

Paths, Patios, & Walkways

At L Miles, we have an experienced team that can help you with your paths, patios and walkways. This is the backbone of your landscape design, don’t settle for less than the best.

Commercial & Construction

Commercial & Construction

At L Miles, we have street licences, and deep dig & traffic control certificates, so regardless of how big the project, we have the team to get the job done and done well!

Civil Engineering encapsulates the design and construction of private and public driveways.

Effective driveway planning and design

Before works begin, it is important for there to be a clear design so that the correct planning permission (if necessary), materials and machinery can be sourced.

For example, it is important to know whether you will require dropped kerbs or whether you want your driveway to be paved or tarmacked. A civil engineering team will have the experience and knowledge in paving driveways, installing an asphalt, tarmac, resin driveway or another bound surface to offer helpful suggestions and advice.

Types of driveways

Your civil engineering team will need to know what type of driveway you are expecting so that the correct materials and machinery can be sourced. Typical driveways include resin bound driveways, tarmac or block paving.

Driveway costs

The cost of installing a new driveway is dependant on the materials chosen. The most cost-effective option in terms of material is asphalt or standard tarmac (not coloured tarmac), with block paving and resin-bound paving materials being more expensive.

When choosing a material, whether that is resin bonded driveway, paving slabs or another material it is important to consider the weight of vehicles that will be using the space as well as the life-span projection of the driveway. Your civil engineering team will be able to offer the best advice based on your personal circumstances.

Will the value of your property be impacted?

Depending on a variety of factors, creating additional parking space (both private and public) can influence the value of your property and it is essential to be aware of this factor when considering a new driveway.

Is planning permission required?

Planning permission is necessary when creating some driveways. If access to a road will be altered or if the development is within an area of archaeological interest then permission will be legally required.

Why choose L Mills Building Services

As chartered engineers and an experienced tarmac company, with an experienced planning department, L Mills Building Services have street licences, deep dig and traffic control certificates as well as access to a wide range of equipment and machinery required to build new driveways.

We take great pride in our ability to understand the needs and expectations of all our clients. Working locally throughout Ross-On-Wye, Hereford, Forest of Dean and Monmouth, we are three generations of driveway installers and guarantee a quality service.

Get in touch via email at rossonwyebuilding@gmail.com or call us on 07903879022 for advice or answers to any civil engineering questions you may have. Our team are experts and would be happy to offer advice.

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I employed Lee and his team to take on a large house building project. From start to finish the team were excellent. Quality workmanship, advice and efficiency led to the project being completed on time and the house selling almost instantly. Would have no problem recommending L Miles Building Services and have already taken them on for my next project.

Mr Williams, Hereford