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Your Local Driveway Specialist

Cambridgeshire Driveways specialise in block paving driveways, paths and patios to domestic and commercial properties across East Anglia. We design and install quality driveways for homes throughout Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire including a range of towns and cities located nearby.

Each property deserves a perfectly designed and installed driveway which is why we will create a bespoke driveway for each of our clients. Our range of products available allows us to provide our customers with the finest driveways at competitive prices.

Take a look at our product range today to find the perfect block paving tile for your home. Alternatively, contact us today and we will advise you on the perfect driveway style for your project.


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Market Deeping

A picturesque market town in Lincolnshire, Market Deeping is known for its wide variety of restaurants and Exotic Pet Refuge.

St Neots

West of Cambridge, St Neots dates back over 1,000 years and is the fastest growing town in Cambridgeshire.


Rutland is home to the UK’s largest man-made lake, Rutland Water, and was once voted Britain’s best rural place to live.


We are based here! In the heart of rural east England, Peterborough is a rapidly growing cathedral city in Cambridgeshire.


Stamford is a charming town in Lincolnshire, often used as a filming location due to its stone buildings and medieval churches.


Cambridgeshire is an East of England county. We have been working across Cambridgeshire and the surrounding areas since 1990.


Bordering Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire is situated in eastern England with a long coastline. Its county town is Lincoln.


Bourne is a market town in Lincolnshire, home to Bourne Woods and 71 listed buildings, which includes Bourne Abbey.


Situated on the River Nene, Oundle is a historic market town in Northamptonshire famous for its Georgian streetscapes.


Spalding is in the county of Lincolnshire. It is known as The Heart of the Fens and famous as a centre of the bulb industry.


Chartered in 1205 by King John, Huntingdon is a market town in Cambridgeshire. It is known as the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell.

St Ives

Located in Cambridgeshire, St Ives is built on the banks of the River Great Ouse with a famous chapel on St Ives Bridge.


A Fenland market town in Cambridgeshire, March is an important railway centre with evidence of Roman settlements in the area.


Ramsey has been a part of Cambridgeshire since 1974 and is built around Ramsey Abbey, a Benedictine monastery.