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POP-UP PARK 

After the success of last year’s award winning pop up park at Cookridge Street in Leeds, we were delighted to be asked to work with Leeds City Council again.  This year our pop-up park is situated on the prestigious site right in front of Leeds Town Hall.  On Monday 3rd April our installation teams arrived at the Town Hall and cordoned off the whole area, ensuring a safe working environment but allowing the passing public to see what was going on. 

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After cleaning the site, our 30mm Superior artificial grass was laid from kerb to kerb, starting at the inner lion all the way along the front of the Town Hall to the second lion.  

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The rolls were secured together with jointing tape and glue and to ensure the grass remains secure throughout the installation, small bolts were fixed into the mortar of the cobbles.

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Once in position, the artificial grass was lightly sanded, using specialised tools to leave the 310m2 expanse of grass looking pristine and ready to use.  Ten picnic tables were placed along the 35m long stretch of grass and in the lovely Yorkshire sunshine, were soon put to good use.  The installation will be left in place until 12th May when the grass will be lifted, the site reinstated.

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PRIVATE GARDEN WITH TRICKY ACCESS

On a slightly smaller scale, but no less important, Eternal Lawns installed 220m2 replacing a grass lawn with difficult access down a short flight of stairs. 

The owner was finding it difficult to negotiate the lawn mower up and down the steps and so artificial grass was the perfect solution.  Care had to be taken to access the site with our mini excavator but it speeded up the process of removing 35 tonnes of spoil to reduce the area to the correct level. 

The weed suppressant membrane, sub base and granite ash layers were levelled and compacted before our 30mm Superior artificial grass was laid, using timber batons to edge the established shrub beds.  Extra care had to be taken around the shrub bed that divides the lawn before the whole area was finished off with a top dressing of kiln dried sand. 

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