We are the BIGGEST and BEST block paving company in the North East. We are experts in Paths, Driveways & Patios, working across the whole of Tyne & Wear and beyond. Free quotations. No deposits. Finance options available.
Priory Paving are the biggest block paving company in the North East. We are the experts in all paths, driveways, patios and so much more. We have been established for over 15 years. We have 10 fitting teams all year round that can install any paving orders within 2-4 weeks. We work all over the North East, covering from South Shields, Newcastle, Durham, Sunderland, Gateshead and all other surrounding areas. We are the best at what we do!
We are members of the Federation of Master Builders, the Government backed Trustmark scheme, South Tyneside Council’s Safe Traders Scheme and the Guild of Master Craftsmen. All of our work is installed to the very highest standard and we have thousands and thousands of very happy customers.
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We are the only block paving company that can offer free quotations, finance options and that has their very own beautiful showroom. We do not take any deposits as we are only paid on completion of the work.
Priory Paving (North East) Ltd are authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. We are a credit broker and not a lender. We offer credit facilities from one lender.Read more »
“The entire job is magnificent and I can happily recommend your company. Your team worked very hard and were most kind, helpful and patient.” – Mrs Hepworth, Killingworth
“This is the second time we have used Priory Paving and as with the first job we are delighted with the excellent results of the work done.” – Mr & Mrs Robson, South Shields
“We chose Priory as a member of the Safe Trader Scheme, after the professional way the survey and quotation was prepared and after looking at several previous installations they had undertaken, in one case speaking to the property owner. The finished product looks well and has been admired by several neighbours and I am sure many more are likely to follow.” – Mr Pearson, BournmoorRead more »