St Margaret’s Bus Station Regeneration Project, Leicester City Council

HMS was appointed to lay approximately 2,200 metres of decorative resin bonded surfacing in Amber Gold to the main carriageway centre islands, footpaths and cycle lanes to ensure the project remained in keeping with the rest of the city centre and to improve the routes for pedestrians.
Regeneration of St Margret's Bus Station - HMS Decorative Surfacing

The ambitious £13.5 million regeneration project of Leicester’s St Margaret’s bus station and its surrounding streets has built a striking new building and created more attractive routes for pedestrians and cyclists as part of Leicester City Council’s regeneration scheme.

Danaher and Walsh appointed us to lay approximately 2,200 metres of decorative resin bonded surfacing in Amber Gold to the main carriageway centre islands, footpaths and cycle lanes to ensure the project remained in keeping with the rest of the city centre and to improve the routes for pedestrians.

We have been an instrumental part of Leicester City’s regeneration over the years and have been the go-to contractor appointed to lay the resin bonded surface dressing you can see today all over the city.  Projects we’ve worked on include Jubilee Square, Vaughan Way, Belgrave Gate and New Walk.  Take a look at our project video:

 

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