Crown Paving Ltd offer a range of high quality services including paving and block paving for driveways and patios, as well as fencing, and other landscaping services in Bromley, Orpington, Croydon and West Wickham areas.

Call us today to arrange a free, no obligation quote. Portfolio to view on request. First class work, second class prices! 10% discount available, just ask! Specialising in driveways, block paving, landscaping services and much more in Bromley, Croydon, Orpington and the surrounding areas.

Block Paving

Block paving has become the most popular paving material for domestic and commercial driveways, patios and pathways throughout the UK and beyond. Block paving is available in many different paving designs and colours, making it easy to choose a colour that matches your house or surrounding area. For more information on block paving in West Wickham or surrounding areas please call today!

Crazy Paving

Well-laid crazy paving minimises the amount of mortar or jointing visible on the finished surface. The mortar is the structural weak point of the pavement, so, the less of it there is, the better the finished work’s chances of survival beyond the first winter.


We are specialist Indian sand stone layers. Slabbing can be installed in many sizes, patterns and colours. Hot Tarmacadaam (red & black)


Using garden gravel is a terrific option for those in search of creative ways to design a landscape. Gravel is important to places with little rain, and is a low maintenance way to make your garden stand out. Also, using gravel gives you the option of creating excellent designs with the use of color.


We specialise in all types of concreting. If you require concreting services in your area, please call us today for more information.


We design and construct unique outdoor living spaces and decks to reflect your lifestyle, providing seamless transitions from inside to outside the home.


We aim to offer all of our customers a genuinely personal fencing service, from start to finish. We let you decide the kind of fence you would like and how you want it, but of course, we will always offer our experience and opinions on your choice and will help you every step of the way. After all, a fence is something you only want to put up once!

All Types of Garden Walling

Using tried and tested resources, other craftsmen and trades, and with access to all construction materials and machinery, Crown Paving & Home Improvements are able to deliver good value for money, working within your budget in a versatile way.


We supply high quality turf to home owners and commercial trade customers. Our aim is to create beautiful weed-free lawns.


Crown Paving & Home Improvements offers a professional garden design and landscaping service to commercial and domestic clients.

Resin bound gravel

Resin bonded and resin gravel surfaces are low maintenance, highly durable and the range of colours makes them suitable for any property and taste.

Resin gravel surfaces are ideal for domestic and commercial use and don’t suffer from the drawbacks of traditional surfaces of block paviors, impressed concrete, tarmac and loose gravel.

NEW IN ****Weed Free Block Paving******

Suitable for drives and patios, contains special organic minerals to, inhibit weed growing, easy to use, just brush into paving joints.

  • An easy to use klin dried sand but with a weed free lasting proffessional finish
  • Weed inhibting joint sand is used for grooves in new & existing concrete pavements/patios and driveways
  • This unique compostion creates desert like and weed inhibiting conditions in grooves making it diffcult for weeds to take hold due to natural high PH value
  • The joint material has a long lifespan and can endure,many years of permeating rain without losing its weed inhibiting effect
  • No Weed is easy to use and optimised for narrow joints and patios, driveways and walking areas
  • The joint material consists of a mixture of oven-dried nutrient-poor minerals which give the product its stylish light colour

Victorian Tiles

Once a decoration reserved for the rich and famous, Victorian tiles spread in the late 1800s to the middle classes who wanted to mimic the fine ways of the aristocracy. Throughout terraced streets, tiles were lain in different colours and patterns. They took inspiration not only from the upper classes, but also from monasteries and medieval churches. Some of these tiles have survived today, but their 100+ year survival has taken its toll. Many porches are now in need of repair, with cracked or broken tiles. While in the 60s and 70s it was extremely unfashionable to have Victorian tiled pathways (it was replaced in many cases by concrete or carpet indoors), thankfully, today it’s back on trend.