Then our nice new neighbours told us they were thinking of pushing their ga rden back and would we like to do it at the same time. He suggested sheet piling as this would give an instant retain and then just get your digger i n to get rid of soil, dig out behind the piling to the depth of the clay, p ut in crushed stone for drainage and job done. Apart from making it look n ice, which I shall put to one side.
Which leads me to my question. Has anybody any experience of this?
My second question is: Whaddya reckon to this: http://www.plasticpiling.co.uk/products/prolock-plastic-sheet-piling/ used in conjunction with driven steel tubes down the hollows as the main st ructural strength? These are attractive as they could be driven with a han d held driver like this http://www.plasticpiling.co.uk/atlas-copco-pd1-handheld-post-and-pile-drive r/ and not with a huge piling machine/JCB.
All opinions welcome!