Garden Patios in Haywards Heath, Worthing
and the Wider Sussex Area

Do you have a tired, damaged patio that has reached the end of its lifecycle? Or are you looking to install a brand-new paved focal point for your garden from scratch? Whatever your needs, you can rely on Sussex Landscaping & Groundworks to meet them. Our landscaping company provides start-to-finish management for bespoke garden patios of unmatched quality, from porcelain to block paving. Our experienced team works closely with you from the outset to transform your garden’s aesthetic, access and functionality.

Based in Haywards Heath, we have direct access to all surrounding locations in East and West Sussex. In addition to our hometown, some of our key service areas include Brighton, Burgess Hill, Eastbourne, Newhaven, Seaford and Worthing.


As a specialist in hard landscaping and the supporting groundworks, we work with a wide range of paving materials to deliver your dream patio, including:

  • Indian Sandstone
  • Porcelain Paving
  • Natural Stone
  • Block Paving
  • Flagstones
  • Concrete

Garden Patios | Choosing the Right Material

During the initial consultation, Sussex Landscaping & Groundworks listens to your design aspirations and lifestyle requirements. This gives us an insight into how you picture your patio, as well as how you intend to use it.

With this information, our landscaping company provides accurate, relevant advice about the most appropriate paving materials. While we guide and recommend, the final decisions are always yours.

Indian Sandstone

This natural stone comes in a wide range of shades and finishes. The ability to mix tones makes this paving option highly versatile. In fact, it works just as well in a traditional, rustic design as it does a sleek, contemporary scheme.

The natural qualities of this stone endow it with impressive resistance to water absorption and frost. With all-round great durability, due in part to a high percentage of quartz, Indian sandstone garden patios maintain their visual appeal long into the future.

Porcelain Paving

Manufacturers create porcelain paving by mixing clay, sand and other minerals. They then bake the resulting mix in a high-temperature kiln. This process creates an incredibly durable, non-porous paving material. Because porcelain is resistant to water absorption, it needs little to no maintenance. You won’t need to seal it either, as it is already mildew- and stain-resistant.

The dense structure makes this paving option exceptionally hardwearing, so it’s ideal for busy patios with high foot-traffic, tables and chairs. But porcelain isn’t just robust – it makes a beautiful addition to any garden. Our landscaping company supplies tiles in a range of styles, all of which deliver a high-end, luxurious finish.

Block Paving

Consisting of individual blocks laid in an interlocking formation, Sussex Landscaping & Groundworks lays block paved patios in bespoke patterns. You can choose from traditional favourites like stretcher bond, herringbone and basketweave, or we can work together to create a unique design personal to you.

Customisable, aesthetically appealing and highly durable, block paving has long been a popular choice for garden patios. With the strength to work as a driveway solution too, it performs brilliantly in even the busiest of gardens.


Concrete has held its popularity as a paving material over the years for a variety of reasons. As a man-made product, it makes a more cost-effective choice, especially when compared to natural materials. This is something to consider if your project in Haywards Heath, Worthing or the surrounding areas has a tighter budget.

This option also has the appealing combination of versatility and strength. The concrete pavers our landscaping company sources suit any design scheme or colour palette. As an added benefit, they’re also non-slip. When well maintained, concrete has the resilience to last for generations.

Call 07841 933 997 to take the first step toward one of our garden patios. Our team visits properties in Haywards Heath, Worthing and the wider Sussex area for initial consultations.