A pathway fit for a Queen
In March 2013, Total Protection Group were approached to install a new surface dressing to the pathways in the resplendent grounds of Kensington Palace.
At the time, the palace was the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke and Duchess of Kent, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and Princess Eugenie. In keeping with the surroundings, the paths were required to be finished to the highest possible standards, with immaculate attention to aesthetic detail. Since all the work The TP Group undertake is fit for royalty, we were unfazed by the challenge.
More than 3,000 square metres of Resin Bonded Gravel with 1-3mm Brittany Bronze aggregates was laid to provide a natural, non-slip surface capable of withstanding significant wear and tear.
Work was completed within a very tight deadline for the grand reopening of the grounds by the Queen of England, herself. Although she gave no official statement regarding the expert application of the new surfaces, we suspect she was most impressed by our handiwork.