These lightweight concrete landscaping elements are set to revolutionise landscaping as we know it. Available as standard sized pavers, steps etc or in bespoke shapes and sizes.


Lightweight concrete is a type of concrete that is made with materials that are less dense than traditional concrete aggregates, such as expanded clay, expanded shale, or perlite. This makes lightweight concrete significantly lighter than traditional concrete, while still maintaining its strength and durability.

Lightweight concrete is about to change the face of landscaping in the UK.  New technologies mean that concrete products can now be made that are less than half the weight of standard concrete.  And it has so many advantages:

  • Health and Safety - lightweight concrete elements are easier to lift with less risk of strain or injury
  • Cost effective haulage - more elements on a pallet = lower delivery costs
  • Made to order - no overproduction is kinder on the environment
  • Cemfree alternatives available - minimise your carbon footprint with cement free concrete
  • UK Made - support the UK economy and lower your carbon footprint by minimising the distance between the factory and the end user
  • Made to the exact measurements you require.  No need for cutting or profiling on site.  Order your  bespoke lightweight concrete elements to speed up your project and save on installation costs

Where To Use Lightweight Concrete

Lightweight concrete is often used in landscaping applications where weight is a concern, such as:

  • Patios and walkways
  • Steps and retaining walls
  • Foundations for light structures
  • Landscape features, such as water features and fountains
  • Podium gardens
  • Roof gardens
  • Balconies

This material can be used to create a variety of other landscaping elements, such as:

  • Pavers
  • Edging
  • Lintels
  • Columns
  • Planters

At Arbour Landscape Solutions we offer a range of standard sized pavers and coping stones to order online, but don’t forget that we are happy to help you source bespoke landscaping elements created with lightweight concrete.