Joined: Oct. 2016
||Posted: 27 Oct. 2016,10:08
Don't want to raise the ground, that's too much work.. Probably need to work out the exact perimeter and build a retaining wall to the height of the subbase.. I was hoping to get the sub base laid before the slabs/circle kit turned up.... but it all depends on the position of the circle kit.
Might be easy to wait for this to turn up, then dry lay the circle kit and work out perimeter/edge and build a small retaining wall afterwards. Or, thinking about it - I could build a rectangle and fill with MOT and then extend the sub base for my curves etc once the kit has arrived (so that 90% of the base is then completed ) As it's more or less a 4m x 10 rectangle.. I think I might have found a solution, by sharing the issue.. I can use my old patio slabs as a retainer, sunk into the ground to create my perimeter..